27th Annual Great Chefs’ Dinner

27th Annual Great Chefs’ Dinner

Benefited The Family Tree

April 9, 2018 – Grand Lodge of Hunt Valley

Standing room only as The Family Tree kicked off its “27th Annual Great Chefs’ Dinner.” The crowd who turned out for the sold-out event enjoyed a cocktail hour…

…where they could peruse an extensive silent auction, while enjoying drinks and hors d’oeuvres before retiring to the Grand Lodge ballroom for a dinner created by four-time James Beard Award nominee Chef Edward Lee, the chef/owner of several Louisville, KY restaurants.

Pictured (LtoR) Neil Meltzer, event co-chair; Ellen Meltzer, event co-chair; Adam Rosenberg, Baltimore Child Abuse Center executive director; and Patricia Cronin, The Family Tree executive director

Pictured (LtoR) J.R. Kirkland, retired professor; Martha Kirkland, retired foundation executive director; Michele Speaks, nonprofit executive; and David Warnock, Camden Partners CEO

Pictured (LtoR) Henry Rosenberg, Rosemore, Inc. chairman; Dot Rosenberg, community volunteer; Ann Rosenberg, event co-chair; and Frank Rosenberg, event co-chair

Pictured (LtoR) Kim Schultz, legal administrative assistant; Brooke Baader, Bluetext project manager; Valerie Baader, event co-chair; and Mike Baader, event co-chair

Pictured (LtoR) Bronwyn LeGette, Cushman & Wakefield director; and Carrie LeBow, Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation executive vice president

Pictured (LtoR) George Obrecht, Obrecht Properties principal; Jud Sokol, The Warner Companies vice president; and Michel Modell, Modell Family Ventures executive vice president

Pictured (LtoR) Jamie Snead, Ziger | Snead Architects partner; Steve Ziger, Ziger | Snead Architects partner; Tom McDonald, Westwicke Partners managing director; and Denise Weglicki, The Family Tree finance committee member

Pictured (LtoR) Amy Warner, Carson Scholars Fund executive director; Lee Warner, L. Warner Companies chair; Jennifer Gilbert, Fox45 news anchor; and Ed St. John, St. John Properties chairman

Sloane Brown

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