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.”

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.