Tails & Ales – Charm City Roller Girls

Tails & Ales – Charm City Roller Girls

August 26, 2017 – Monument City Brewing Company

Pictured (LtoR) Beth Wedzer, Charm City Roller Girl “Taze”/event organizer; Torrie Higgins, Charm City Roller Girl “Lebrawn Maimes”/event organizer; Alycia Forney, Charm City Roller Girl “Dottie Deathwish”; and Regan Greenberg, retired Charm City Roller Girl

Pictured (LtoR) Charm City Roller Girls: Julie Lindborg, “Lap-er”; Patricia Galloway, “PTSD”; Jackie Gilbert, “Tree”; and Jenna Los “Allie B. Back”; washing Pete, 2-year-old bull mastiff owned by Dave Werkmeister

Pictured (LtoR) Canton, 2 1/2-year-old rescue, “Oz,” Charm City Roller Girl; Melissa Lawlor, Laureate Education media producer; and Molly, 8-year-old golden retriever mix rescued from Kuwait

Pictured (LtoR) Danny Albrecht, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services budget analyst; Jenna Plamondon, University of Maryland Medical Systems genetic counselor; Kooper, 7-year-old English bulldog; and Khloe, 3-year-old English bulldog

Pictured (LtoR) MacRae O’Brien, The Lab School of Washington social worker; Matt Hamlin, Hobsons IT administrator; and Kathlea Carrasco, MedStar Washington Center occupational therapist

Pictured (LtoR) Xena Warrior Princess, 4 1/2 rescue mutt; James Webber, US government analyst; Blair Webber, US government security specialist; and Nolan Webber, 15 months old

Pictured (LtoR) Matthew Lowe, Towson University assistant swim coach; Casey Lowe, Holy Cross Hospital RN; Debbie Breschi, Annie E. Casey Foundation administrative professional; and Tony Breschi, Waranch & Brown attorney

Pictured (LtoR) P.J. Jordan, Maryland-based security specialist; and Sallie Breschi, Towson University student

Charm City Roller Girls and Monument City Brewing Company joined forces at “Tails & Ales,” a day of suds, so to speak.

Charm City Roller Girls offered $10 dog washes, while their owners could enjoy a beer and barbecue on a perfect summer Saturday afternoon.

Sloane Brown

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