Whiskey Rocks Baltimore – Pathfinders for Autism

Whiskey Rocks Baltimore – Pathfinders for Autism

January 26, 2017 – La Cuchara

Pictured (LtoR) Gary Jordan, CBS digital sales manager; Kim PIet, CBS Radio senior business development manager; and Ed Norris, 105.7 The Fan morning show host

Pictured (LtoR) Dave Wingate, Medtronic vice president; and B.J. Surhoff, former Baltimore Orioles player/Pathfinders for Autism board president

Pictured (LtoR) Brian Michael Lawrence, Baltimore Snap style columnist; Chris Golder, Boathouse Canton general manager; and Gina Crash, 101.9 morning show co-host

Pictured (LtoR) Taylor Martin, Terrell Brown and Morgan Lee, CBS Radio promotions assistants; and Ashley Maeve, freelance model

Pictured (LtoR) Ted Murphy, Ameriprise financial planner; and Carla Murphy, Duane Morris partner

Pictured (LtoR) Debbie Rawson, retired physical therapist; Phil Murphy, Stratus Solutions IT consultant; and Jorbie Clark, Infinium Spirits Mid-Atlantic area manager

Pictured (LtoR) Shannon Kelleher, TrueCar account manager; Bill Walton, retired computer software designer; and Steve Germuth, Clean Air vice president

Pictured (LtoR) Matthew Wilfong, Towson University graduate student; Brandon Wilfong, University of Maryland College Park graduate student; and Elizabeth Kirsch, federal date scientist

Whiskey-A-Go-Go (January 26, 2017) Dozens descended at La Cuchara for “Whiskey Rocks Baltimore,” a whiskey tasting shindig benefiting Pathfinders for Autism…

…lending credence to Mark Twain’s pronouncement that “too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.”

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