Pictured (LtoR) Old School Runners members: Ron Bailey; Tim Daughtry; James Johnson, Jr.; Jim Johnson, Sr., founder; and Bernie Pleasant
Pictured (LtoR) Acqueetta “Suggie” Ragland, US Department of Energy information management analyst; Mary Brooks, Callison RTKL office administrator; Gina Spannpaige, US federal government management analyst; and Sterling Paige, retired Class Produce Group warehouse manager
Pictured (LtoR) Evelyn Hunt, Callison RTKL accounts payable senior staff member; Nicole Wagstaff, Milford Mill Academy senior
Pictured (LtoR) Scotta Norris, US Department of Labor Job Corps records manager; LaVerne Young, Augsburg Lutheran Home geriatric nursing assistant; and DJ Sugar Chris, who has deejayed the crab feast for its entire 14 years
Pictured (LtoR) Jessica King, MedStar Health insurance verification specialist; Bernadine Fleming, Johns Hopkins Hospital administrative assistant; and Christina Feldman, Johns Hopkins Hospital clinical laboratory scientist
Pictured (LtoR) Angela Costely, Baltimore City housing department communications specialist; and Lorraine Cannon, Baltimore City contract administrator
Pictured (LtoR) Rosa Pryor, Baltimore Afro-American Newspaper/The Baltimore Times “Rambling Rose” columnist; and her husband, Shorty Trusty, “Rambling Rose” photographer
Pictured (LtoR) Fishermen’s Club of Reading, PA: Mike Bridges, vice president; Randy Johnson, treasurer; Ray Richardson, president; and Greg Walker, recording secretary
…and the guests of honor at every table? The crabs, of course.
Feasting at the fete inside Columbus Gardens
14 Years “Running” (September 3, 2016) Dozens of folks kicked off their Labor Day weekend – some coming from as far away as Reading, PA – for the annual crab feast put on by The Old School Runners social club at Columbus Gardens in Nottingham. Part of the proceeds went to the Rosa Pryor Music Scholarship Fund, Inc.