February 6, 2018 – Lee’s Pint & Shell
Pictured (LtoR) Samantha Mason, Claddagh Pub bartender; Savannah Merryman, Waterfront Hotel bartender; Julia Walther, retired systems analyst; and Allison Donohue, Baltimore-based event planner
Pictured (LtoR) Lindsay Smith, Breakthru Beverage sales representative; and David Carey, Lee’s Pint & Shell owner
Pictured (LtoR) Paul Keeley, State of Maryland geologist; Sam Kraft, Lee’s Pint & Shell manager/event honoree; and Luis Resh, State of Maryland GIS specialist
Pictured (LtoR) Jason Mislan, Max’s Taphouse bartender; Josh Campbell, Lee’s Pint & Shell bar manager; Brian Eder, Lee’s Pint & Shell bar manager; and Michael Nichols, Max’s Taphouse bartender/Key Brewing tasting room manager
Pictured (LtoR) Maia Bradley and Brianna Palmerson, Baltimore area emergency room RN’s
Pictured (LtoR) Dr. Marcus Mitchell, Mercy Medical Center resident physician; Dr. T. Newsome, Sinai Hospital medical resident; and Xavier Ellison, Baltimore City Health Department environmental epidemiologist
Pictured (LtoR) Anne Bagliani, St. John Properties accountant; Kate Cuozzo, Baltimore City special educator; and Danielle DiPeppe, Johns Hopkins University coordinator
Pictured (LtoR) Prometric colleagues: Joseph Maher, assistant vice president of real estate; Allison Mulford, associate general counsel; and Lou Konior, director of technology
Pictured (LtoR) Fred Brown, J. Brown Jewelers owner; and David Neumann, Cummings & Co. realtor
More than 100 folks turned out for “Shuckin’ for Sam,” a fundraiser thrown by Lee’s Pint & Shell to help its “family member,” manager Sam Kraft make up for lost wages and medical expenses after she was attacked in early January, while walking her dog.
Folks were treated to free oysters for their donations, 10% of which also went to the Canton Community Association.