October 13, 2016 – Mt. Washington Mill Dye House
Pictured (LtoR) Lisa Hayes, Family and Children’s Services board president; and F.T. Burden, Family and Children’s Services CEO
Pictured (LtoR) Bill Corey, PwC office managing partner; and Cat Corey, community volunteer
Pictured (LtoR) Kim Leahy, community volunteer; Jennifer Gilbert, Fox45 news anchor; Suzy Riedel, Baltimore-based property manager; and Susan Carey, community volunteer
Pictured (LtoR) Geoff Carey, Brown Advisory partner; John Leahy, Target Marketing Group president/founder; and George Riedel, Family and Children’s Services board member
Pictured (LtoR) Marcy Carballo, AFR Event Furnishings account executive; and Adam Carballo, Carballo Architecture architect
Pictured (LtoR) Gina Epps, AIRS outreach coordinator; Adrienne Green, Verizon Wireless client partner; Rochele Jones, Family and Children’s Services director; and Ronnie Lovell, Carroll county equipment operator
Pictured (LtoR) Saralyn Cruickshank, Baltimore-based freelance writer; Patrick Keefe, Chesapeake Employers Insurance underwriter; and Jason Lowy, The Murray Group at UBS financial advisor
Pictured (LtoR) Paycom colleagues: Kristin Sax, sales manager; Corinne Buckwalter, sales representative; Jamie Rosenbach, sales representative; and Margaux Polillo, client relations representative
Finger pickin’ good!
What’s Old Is New Again (October 13, 2016) Family and Children’s Services threw an updated version of a Beefsteak – a mid-19th century social gathering for men where they tore into mounds of meat and barrels of ale. Needless to say, this version was most definitely non-gender specific, though several of the old rules applied – no eating utensils or napkins. So folks were outfitted with aprons…though we’re not sure why the hats.