The Howard Rawlings Conservatory provided a lush environment for the Monumental City Bar event.
Pictured (LtoR) Michelle Wilson, event chair; and Pamila J. Brown, District Court of Maryland Howard County associate judge
Pictured (LtoR) Tierra Gregory, event committee member; Beverly Carter, Monumental City Bar Foundation vice chair; Nicole Barmore, Monumental City Bar Association president; and Marcella Holland, event committee member
Pictured (LtoR) Demond Baine, Boys Latin School dean of students; Torron Coleman, Baltimore City department of public works contract administrator; and Jarred Nicholson, University of Baltimore School of Law student
Pictured (LtoR) Torend L. Collins, DC-based development consultant; Zainab Awelenje, Baltimore City department of housing legal intern; Larry S. Gibson, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law professor; and Diana Gibson, staff assistant to US Congressman Elijah Cummings
Pictured (LtoR) Teresa Cummings, Law Offices of Peter T. Nicholl attorney; and Syeetah Hampton-El, Green & Healthy Homes Initiative attorney
Pictured (LtoR) Elva Tillman, event committee member; and Jamine Dorsey and Vanessa Destime, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law students
Guests gathered in one pavilion to enjoy a range of edible delights, while still surrounded by glass and greenery.
In addition to eating, drinking and mingling, partygoers could explore the Rawlings Conservatory.
A Summery Shindig (June 26, 2016) The Howard Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens of Baltimore provided the perfect setting for inaugural “Seersuckers & Sundresses Summer Solstice Celebration,” put on by the Monumental City Bar Association. Folks gathered in the conservatory pavilions to enjoy good food and beverages, bid on auction items, and just explore their environs – all to commemorate the archiving project of the Association and Monumental City Bar Foundation. The garden party benefited Foundation’s grants and scholarship program.