Five Alarm Party

Five Alarm Party

A full house at The Fire Museum of Maryland, as it celebrated 250 years of firefighters and first responders at a hot hoodang held in a tent set up outside the museum.

Folks enjoyed drinks and dinner.

Guests could also mingle in the museum itself…

..and get a tour through an old-fashioned fire alarm station…

…where they got a hands-on lesson on how the alarm system worked more than a century ago.

Pictured (LtoR) David DeBoy, event emcee, and Steve Heaver, The Fire Museum of Maryland director/curator leading a rousing live auction

Pictured (LtoR) Bill Jones, Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore president; Pat Kousouris, community volunteer; and Lou Kousouris, Baltimore Orioles vice president

Pictured (LtoR) The Fire Museum of Maryland colleagues: Marge Day, volunteer; and Amy Landsman, media relations director/event organizer

Pictured (LtoR) Webb Corbin, Streamline Accounting president; and Teri Welsh, National Government Services systems security officer

Pictured (LtoR) André Nelson, The Point Towson sous chef; Charlie Stieff, investment advisor; Ann Stieff, Baltimore area property manager; and Brooke Novak, The Point Towson bartender/office manager

Pictured (LtoR) Denard Smith, Charm City Fleet mechanic; Chelsea Princinsky, Baltimore Humane Society vet assistant; and James Hess, Baltimore County school bus mechanic/Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Company volunteer fireman/event honoree

Pictured (LtoR) Todd Huff, Brooks-Huff Tire Co. operations manager/The Fire Museum of Maryland board member; Jennifer Pfeifer, residential renovation specialist; Greg Glessner, Merchant Link sales executive; and Nicol Price, Jemicy School teacher

Pictured (LtoR) Rose Matricciani, Whiteford Taylor Preston partner/The Fire Museum of Maryland board member; and Rosanna Marchese, community volunteer (November 10, 2018 – The Fire Museum of Maryland)

Sloane Brown

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