The Next Ice Age: Celebrating 30 Years of Excellence

The Next Ice Age: Celebrating 30 Years of Excellence

The Next Ice Age – the Baltimore-based nationally renowned ice dance company – celebrated its 30th anniversary with a party hosted by supporter George Johnston.

Folks gathered at Johnston’s Guilford home to meet company members and celebrate the occasion.

The party also served as a “pre-kickoff” to the kickoff party the next day of a sneak preview of “The Ice King,” a documentary about the company, and a revival performance of the company’s “On The Beautiful Blue Danube” piece, which would take place at the Mt. Pleasant Ice Rink.

Pictured (LtoR) David Knight, Berkshire Hathaway realtor; Tim Murphy, The Next Ice Age co-founder/artistic director; Ann Nunn, The Next Ice Age board member; and Nathan Birch, The Next Ice Age co-founder/executive director

Pictured (LtoR) Neill Shelton, The Next Ice Age cast member; Amy McPartland, The Next Ice Age board president; Lisa Simeone, freelance radio host; and Adam Kaplan, The Next Ice Age cast member

Pictured (LtoR) Lou Terpos, medical device company general manager; and Tess Terpos, The Next Ice Age cast member

Pictured (LtoR) Wesley Campbell, The Next Ice Age cast member; Ian Lorello, The Next Ice Age artistic associate/cast member; and Mike Field, University of Pennsylvania senior advisor to the president

Pictured (LtoR) Larry Albrecht, retired accountant; George Johnston, event host; and Xavier Cordina, Baltimore-based computer engineer

Pictured (LtoR) Kim Scherock, Lindenmeyr Monroe web specialist; and Colleen Terpos, University of Maryland math lecturer

Pictured (LtoR) Paul Collins, DC area consultant; and Tim Learman, DC area consultant

Pictured (LtoR) Bob Hammann, Collections owner; and Bob Zimmerman, Baltimore-based designer (October 13, 2018 – Guilford)

 

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