Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry Fundraiser – Gunther & Co.

Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry Fundraiser – Gunther & Co.

April 4, 2017 – Gunther & Co.

Pictured (LtoR) Nancy Hart, Gunther & Co. co-owner/general manager; and Jerry Trice, Gunther & chef

Pictured (LtoR) Ashley Jacinto, Community College of Baltimore County nursing student; Daniel Jacinto, J.J. McDonald sales account manager; Zach Mills, Wit & Wisdom executive chef; and Laura Thomas, J.J. McDonald account manager

Pictured (LtoR) Esther Raymond, U.S. Patent Office librarian; and Tim Tyamond, Adams Burch sales representative

Pictured (LtoR) Aaron Jones, Treason Toting Co. owner; and Alysha January, Discover Charm City blogger

Pictured (LtoR) Adam Jacobs, federal account manager; Lindsey Nurk, Radcliffe Jewelers marketing manager; and Kevin Kacin, Baltimore-based marketing consultant

Pictured (LtoR) Dawn Rogers, Obrecht Commercial Real Estate property manager; Donna Beitler, Brewers Hill Neighbors board member; Brant Fisher, Brewers Hill Neighbors president; and Chuck Shuler, Gunther & Co. partner

Pictured (LtoR) Sara Rutstein, Baltimore-based executive coach; Dr. Alicia Chaves, University of Maryland Medical Center pediatric oncologist; Heather Rosenbloom, Baltimore-based independent strategic marketing consultant; and Swata Gandhi, DAP general counsel

Pictured (LtoR) Cheri Cernak, Obrycki’s Restaurant & Bar BWI owner; and Bonnie Fleck, Cummings & Co. realtor

Meet, Greet & Eat (April 4, 2017) Folks who came to the Brewers Hill restaurant, Gunther & Co., weren’t only treated to creations by its executive chef, but those by several others in town, at a fundraiser to help end childhood hunger.

The party was thrown by Guther & Co. owners Jerry Trice and Nancy Hart to support their “Team Gunther” bicycling team that would be participating in Chefs Cycle for Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign. More than 250 chefs and other culinary types from across the country will ride 300 miles in three days, with the aim of raising $2 million dollars.

Sloane Brown

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