25th Annual Black Tie Gala – Penn-Mar

25th Annual Black Tie Gala – Penn-Mar

March 4, 2017 – Hunt Valley Inn

Pictured (LtoR) Community Volunteers: Christopher McCarron, David Hahn and Michael Orsulak (Photos courtesy Penn-Mar Human Services & SMJ Photography, www.smjphotography.net)

Pictured (LtoR) Kathy Rogers, The Penn-Mar Foundation executive director; and Julia Huggins, Cigna Vice President of US Markets (Photo courtesy Penn-Mar Human Services & SMJ Photography, www.smjphotography.net)

Pictured (LtoR) Orsia Young, community Volunteer; Jay Young, Brown, Brown and Young principal; Jay Griswold, Black Oak Associates partner/former Brown Advisory chairman; and Toni Griswold, community volunteer (Photo courtesy Penn-Mar Human Services & SMJ Photography, www.smjphotography.net)

Pictured – Mary Bubala, WJZ TV news anchor/event emcee (Photo courtesy Penn-Mar Human Services & SMJ Photography, www.smjphotography.net)

Pictured (LtoR) Gala Honorees: Bob Kinsley, Kinsley Construction chairman/CEO; and Anne Kinsley, Kinsley Foundation chair (Photo courtesy Penn-Mar Human Services & SMJ Photography,
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Pictured (LtoR) Wendy Gallo, event chair; and Kay Pitts, community volunteer (Photo courtesy Penn-Mar Human Services & SMJ Photography, www.smjphotography.net)

Pictured (LtoR) Heidi Boan, gala committee member; Summer Seal, Girls Empowerment Mission program director; Susan Mihal, community volunteer; and Karen Baumeister, Stanley Black & Decker senior project engineer (Photo courtesy Penn-Mar Human Services & SMJ Photography, www.smjphotography.net)

Pictured (LtoR) Beth Pitts Madonna, community volunteer; Jim Pitts, retired Northrop Grumman executive; and Annie Pitts Golonoski, community volunteer (Photo courtesy Penn-Mar Human Services & SMJ Photography, www.smjphotography.net)
Gala Doing Good (March 4, 2017) Two records were broken at the 25th Annual Penn-Mar Gala. The first was the number of folks – around 670 – who attended the fancy bash. The second record breaker was the more than $650,000 raised for Penn-Mar Human Services’┬áprograms and services for hundreds of men and women with developmental disabilities in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

 

Sloane Brown

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

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