Bearded Brothers of Baltimore 2018 Calendar Release Party – Lyfesavers

Bearded Brothers of Baltimore 2018 Calendar Release Party – Lyfesavers

December 28, 2017 – Studio 4

Pictured (LtoR) Irv Wright, Jos. A. Bank regional sales director; and Karen Wright, District of Columbia Public Schools child find field coordinator

Pictured (LtoR) Trina Taylor, colorectal cancer survivor; Shanicka Rice, two-time breast cancer survivor; Shay Sharpe, Shay Sharpe Pink Wishes president/two-time breast cancer survivor; and Patrice Blackwell, breast cancer survivor

Pictured (LtoR) Derrick Chase, Stand Up Baltimore founder/calendar model; Donnell Moses, Moses, Inc. real estate investor; and George Ray, George Ray Agency owner/event producer

Pictured (LtoR) Calendar models: Brian Henderson, Creative Culture owner; Damon Williams, Johns Hopkins Hospital emergency room supervisor; and David Jefferson, Jr. OA Sports owner

Pictured (LtoR) Montique Miller, Jaded Beauty By MJM owner/makeup artist; Latasha Sears, Baltimore area realtor; and Emily Bigelow, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services management analyst

Pictured (LtoR) Honour Drew, actress; Unae Johnson, Baltimore-based medical coder; Felisha Fowlkes, event production assistant; and Brie Jackson, Lotus Massage by Brie owner/licensed massage therapist;

Pictured (LtoR) Leslie Keyes, US Department of Defense lawyer; Whitney Robinson, CareFirst communications specialist; and Tiffani Keyes, Virginia-based systems engineer

Pictured (LtoR) Duane Davis, DC Office of Tax & Revenue manager; and Nicole Mitchell, Leidos human resources manager

Pictured (LtoR) Portia Wheatley, Trophy of Life president/fouinder; and Teresha Sutton, “You Still Roc” author/breast cancer survivor

A celebratory mood filled Studio 4 as dozens of folks turned out for “The Bearded Brothers of Baltimore” 2018 calendar release party.

That included many of the calendar “models” themselves. Sales of the calendar will benefit the Lyfesavers project, which gives beauty makeovers to cancer survivors – as well as producing mini-documentaries about them – to support and inspire them.

Sloane Brown

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