Bourbon & Bowties

Bourbon & Bowties

Hosted by The QG Community Charities

May 10, 2018 – Baltimore Museum of Industry

Great turnout – again – for “Bourbon & Bowties.”

Guests enjoyed food and drink from a number of Baltimore area restaurants and vendors, both inside the Baltimore Museum of Industry…

…and out.

The bash benefited Oyster Recovery Partnership, Health Care for the Homeless and Semper Fi Fund.

Pictured (LtoR) QG Community Charities board/Bourbon & Bowties hosts: Chuck English; Chris Fiacco; Jimmy Kinney; Craig Martin; and Eric Borsoni

Pictured (LtoR) Eric A. Villamater, Morgan Stanley portfolio management director/senior vice president; Sean O’Brien, First Eagle Funds vice president; Patrick Boykin, Harbor Investment Advisory client relationship manager; and Fred Hill, Harbor Investment Advisory president

Pictured (LtoR) Steve Lapsley, Euler Hermes insurance underwriter; Amie Shank, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield project manager; and Matt Shank, EVAPCO application manager

Pictured (LtoR) Joan Cooke, freelance artist; and Louis Kiang, affordable housing real estate developer

Pictured (LtoR) Alysha January, Discover Charm City blogger; and Aaron Jones, Treason Toting/Bushelers of Baltimore owner

Pictured (LtoR) John Musto, Advantage Home Exteriors president; Terry MacGregor, ByteLion owner; Oyster Recovery Partnership oyster mascot; Natalie Musto, Advantage Home Exteriors administrator; and Jill McNulty, community volunteer

Pictured (LtoR) Nicole Thornton, Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore administrative assistant; Tammy McGrady, Baltimore Water Taxi captain; and Stacy Steinberg, Baltimore Water Taxi director of sales

Pictured (LtoR) Marie Mattes, Merrill Lynch financial advisor; Ryan Young, Merrill Lynch financial advisor; and Natalia Zilberstein, Baltimore area nanny

Pictured (LtoR) Mike Bucksner, Aetna director of operations; Marnie Martinez, Main Line HealthCare patient service representative; Jennifer Radomsky, GBMC IT security administrator; and Patrick Radmonsky, MidPoint Technology security consultant

Sloane Brown

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