Young Audiences of Maryland Wine Dinner

Hosted by Copper Kitchen, Kenilworth/Canton Crossing Wine & Spirits, and Himmelrich Associates

August 1, 2018 – The Winslow Parker Metal Building

A feast for the senses for the folks who attended Copper Kitchen’s wine dinner…

…they got the first look at the newly renovated industrial event space in the Winslow Parker Metal Building, exploring some of it during the cocktail hour…

…then enjoying a fabulous dinner by Copper Kitchen and Kenilworth Wine & Spirits and Canton Crossing Wine & Spirits while supporting a favorite nonprofit, Young Audiences of Maryland.

Pictured (LtoR) Jennifer DeVos, Copper Kitchen owner, [email protected]; and Michael Fishman, Canton Crossing Wine & Spirits wine director, [email protected]

Pictured (LtoR) Andrew Gisriel, Consolidated Insurance risk advisor; and Abbis Arrunategui, stay-at-home mom

Pictured (LtoR) Port Covington Development team impact investment associates: Kirsten Allen, [email protected]_meraki; and Lexx Mills, [email protected]

Pictured (LtoR) Sharri Rochlin, stay-at-home mom; Greg Rochlin, Kenilworth Wine & Spirits CEO; and Cindy Plackmeyer, Wormald Homes director of marketing & public relations

Pictured (LtoR) Randall Osteen, Hull Street Energy lawyer/Young Audiences of Maryland board chair; Stephanie Osteen, Looks Salon hairstylist, [email protected]; Ben Evans, The Alliance to Save Energy vice president of government affairs; and Stacie Evans, Young Audiences of Maryland president/CEO, [email protected]

Pictured (LtoR) Ashley Tarran-Jones, Himmelrich Associates leasing director; Michelle Rozo, US congressional fellow; and Janin Hardin, Himmelrich Associates events director

Pictured (LtoR) Connor Paskoff, Brown Advisory intern; and Jill Dunn, The Lichter Group principal

Pictured (LtoR) Loetta Marvel, retired budget manager; Mary Burke, academic development executive, [email protected]; and Elizabeth Miller, Thomson Reuters sales manager, [email protected]

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