October 28, 2016 – Baltimore Museum of Industry
Pictured (LtoR) Regina Cohen, event chair; and Andre Cooper, The Children’s Home CEO
Pictured (LtoR) Liam Lithgow, Children’s Home resident; Susan Brown, Children’s Home board president; Bill Smith, Paragon Consulting Services computer programmer/analyst; and Jamie Costello, WMAR TV anchor
Pictured (LtoR) Cristal Baron, Leadership for Tomorrow vice president of finance management; Andrea Griffin, Berkshire Hathaway real estate agent; and Carey McKenzie, T. Rowe Price national accounts manager
Pictured (LtoR) Joe Gerdenghi, Columbia Association systems engineer; Katie Ferrante, Brothers Services Company design associate; and Sarah Gardenghi, UMBC English Language Institute director
Pictured (LtoR) Joe Zappala, Baltimore-based psychotherapist; Emme Kowalick, Greater Allegany Counseling practice administrator; and Craig Chilcott, Greater Allegany Counseling psychotherapist
Pictured (LtoR) Irene Dixon, retired Baltimore City elementary school teacher; Demetriece Thomas, The Children’s Home diagnostic center program manager; and Chekesha Dixon, The Children’s Home clinical social worker
Pictured (LtoR) Eric Collier, The Children’s Home board member; and Darryl L. Peterkin, Morgan State University Dr. Clara Adams Honor College director
Pictured (LtoR) Tony Ferrante, Electronic Home Environments owner; Greg Tolker, UT Pipe Systems vice president; and Tania Tolker, Abramson & Rand office manager
From start to finish the shindig was all about art!
Awesomely Artistic (October 28, 2016) The focus of “FACES 2016: Unleash Your Awesome” was art. The party at the Baltimore Museum of Industry featured artistic activities like pumpkin decorating, airbrush tattooing and body painting, and an auction of art created by residents of The Children’s Home, the non-profit the annual fundraiser benefits.