Bmore Giving: Benefit for Ellicott City – Mother’s Grille

Bmore Giving: Benefit for Ellicott City – Mother’s Grille

Pictured (LtoR) Dan Fisher, Rome Audio sound engineer; and Adam Rather, Mother’s owner/executive chef/GypsySoulRevival bassist

Pictured (LtoR) Craig Philps, Boordy Vineyards cellar master; Carrie Boron, Lutheran Immigration & Refugee Service director for knowledge management; and Jessica Fisher, Lutheran Immigration & Refugee Service graphic designer

Pictured (LtoR) Kenny Liner, Believe in Music Program executive director; Jessica Liner, Baltimore city massage therapist; and Dave Rather, Mother’s president

Pictured (LtoR) Amy Rianhard, Howard County Public Schools board certified autism behavior analyst; and Rana Almishlib, Lutheran Immigration & Refugee Service senior loan counselor

Pictured (LtoR) Will Cocks, AT&T communications manager; and Amy Cameron, OrderUp marketing coordinator

Pictured (LtoR) Hannah Wulczyn, Mother's waitress/special events coordinator; and Elena Caballero, Mother's waitress/future RN

Pictured (LtoR) Hannah Wulczyn, Mother’s waitress/special events coordinator; and Elena Caballero, Mother’s waitress/future RN

Pictured (LtoR) Corina Morga, C.R. Services owner; and Shaeleen Bader, Howard County Folly Quarter Middle School 8th grade teacher

Pictured (LtoR) Kelly Cunningham, Laureate communications manager; and Ian Ruiz, Boland project development engineer

Rockin' out for Ellicott City

Cris Jacobs on stage

Folks filled Mother's back room for the fundraiser

Folks filled Mother’s back room for the fundraiser

A Mother’s Love (September 2, 2016) Mother’s Federal Hill Grille put on Bmore Giving: A Benefit Concert for Ellicott City – a night of “music, friendship and community” to help out the folks in Ellicott City hard hit by the floods. The night included a silent auction and performances by Cris Jacobs and GypsySoulRevival .

Sloane Brown

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