October 7, 2016 – Zion Church of the City of Baltimore
Pictured (LtoR) Mike Andrews, Chilibrew X lead organizer; and Laura Cohen, event organizer
Pictured (LtoR) Tori Berard, Accenture functional analyst; Elizabeth Troisi; Johns Hopkins University PhD student; Sam Drapeau, Accenture software developer; and Jonathan Michel, RailPlan International industrial designer
Pictured (LtoR) Bee Thebpanya, Towson University geography professor; Harold Beck, Towson University associate professor of biology; and Susanna Brellis, KCI Technology environmental scientist (Photobomb courtesy Yair Flicker)
Pictured (LtoR) Michael McGurk, Duke University English PhD student; Chris Sweeney, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service workforce development project coordinator; Molly Dressel, Abel Communications public relations account executive; and Philip Bolton, Stanley Black & Decker product manager
Pictured (LtoR) Doug Close, InMedia Audio Video owner; Jessica Close, COPT office administrator; and January Utermahlen, Baltimore area therapist/yoga teacher
Pictured (LtoR) Stephanie Brown, US government Medicare lawyer; Yair Flicker, Smartlogic founder; Virginia Peters-Rodbell, Baltimore advocacy organizations’ graphic designer; Christine Osazuwa, Baltimore-based marketing consultant
Pictured (LtoR) Amy Beth Leasure, Baltimore City Fire Department attorney; Pamela Pinto, Baltimore area real estate appraiser; and Melanie Kaye, Howard County ESOL teacher
Pictured (LtoR) Myeasha Taylor, Civic Works Real Food Farm Perlman Place farm manager; Aliza Sollins, Civic Works Real Food Farm education manager; Becky McLaren, Johns Hopkins Global Food Ethics and Policy Program senior research coordinator; and Ian McDonald, Chilibrew founder
Checking out the chili train…!
Chili fiends united…
Hot Hoedown (October 7, 2016) A sold out crowd chowed down at Zion Church of the City at “Chilibrew X” – the 10th annual chili & homebrew contest.