Brew for the Feast

Brew for the Feast

Rebels with a Cause – a bicycling team that participates each year in Ride for the Feast, a 2-day, 140-mile Maryland bike ride from Ocean City to Baltimore City that raises money for Moveable Feast – threw a pre-ride party at UNION Craft Brewing.

Riders, friends and supporters congregated at the brewery to enjoy good brew, food from several local eateries, live music and good company.
Pictured (LtoR) Tom “The Pink Pony” Creegan; and Peter Jackson, Rebels with a Cause riders/event organizers
Pictured (LtoR) Lacey Suiter, Curio Wellness floraculture associate; Josh Wisniewski, Curio Wellness lead cure; Bryan Claeys, Curio Wellness production manager; and Kerry Lattimore, Calvert School pre-school teacher
Pictured (LtoR) John Shields, Gertrude’s at the BMA chef/owner; and Jon Carroll, UNION Craft Brewing bartender
Pictured (LtoR) Debbie Wetzel, Moveable Feast volunteer; and Jim Wetzel, Rebels with a Cause rider/Moveable Feast volunteer
Pictured (LtoR) Chris Lewis, Enoch Pratt Free Library individual giving manager; and Abby Jackson, Rebel with a Cause rider
Pictured (LtoR) Hobie Shkor, 9 months; Samantha Flottemesch, Moveable Feast director of development; Donna Palumbo, Rebel with a Cause rider; and Cara Rose, Rebel with a Cause rider
Pictured (LtoR) Jon Adler Kaplan, corporate health coach; Amy Borth, nurse practitioner/Rebel with a Cause rider; Jonathan Mogol, Baltimore-based business development specialist; and Wendy Bronfein, Curio Wellness director of marketing having fun with raffle tickets
Pictured (LtoR) John Maranto, Cummings & Co. real estate agent; Tom Varga, Northrop Grumman engineer; and Eric Elton, The Bryn Mawr School STEM director

(May 1, 2019 – UNION Craft Brewing)

Photos by Sean McDaniel & Sloane Brown

Sloane Brown

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