Path to Promise – Boys Hope Girls Hope Baltimore

Path to Promise – Boys Hope Girls Hope Baltimore

Pictured (LtoR) DaShawn Simon, Calvert Hall sophomore/BHGH scholar; Rich Zink, BHGH board member; Aaron Campbell, Archbishop Curley High School sophomore/BHGH scholar; and Dulontaz Watkins, Archbishop Curley High School freshman/BHGH scholar

Pictured (LtoR) Milan Dower, University of Miami incoming freshman/BHGH scholar; Anthony Miles, Archbishop Curley incoming freshman/BHGH scholar; and Sue Taylor, BHGH development manager

Pictured (LtoR) Leon Henry, Baltimore Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice Cease Fire director; and Dwayne Thomas, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine researcher/BHGH alumna

Pictured (LtoR) Joshua Fitzgerald, Gilman School junior/BHGH scholar; Brandon Williams, Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle; and Michael Wright, Calvert Hall freshman/BHGH scholar

Pictured (LtoR) Tony Wheeler, BHGH Baltimore Boys House resident counselor; and T.J. Scalfaro, Christo Rey Jesuit High School corporate sponsor representative

Pictured (LtoR) Amy Fuggi, BHGH volunteer; Durrell Igwe, Community College of Baltimore County psychology student/BHGH alumni; and Donte Jones, University of Maryland Eastern Shore graduating senior/BHGH alumni

Baltimore Raven Brandon Williams with several Boys Hope Girls Hope scholars

Some Boys Hope Girls Hopes staff and supporters enjoyed a VIP gathering with several BHGH scholars at Leinenkugel’s before heading next door to Port Discovery for the organization’s big party.

The VIP reception at Leinenkugel’s before the evening’s big party

Smarty Party (June 2, 2016) Some of the scholars and alumni of Boys Hope Girls Hope Baltimore got the VIP treatment – and the opportunity to hang out with Baltimore Raven Brandon Williams – at a pre-party right before the organization’s annual Path to Promise event. They, and some BHGH staff and supporters gathered at Leinenkugel’s Beer Garden for a VIP get-together before the evening’s big shindig next door at Port Discovery Children’s Museum.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.