Mr. Trash Wheel’s Classy Trashy Birthday Bashy

Fans of Mr. Trash Wheel and his dedication to cleaning up Baltimore’s harbor assembled at Peabody Heights Brewery to celebrate his five years of existence.

They were greeted with a “cake” made of the kinds of debris Mr. Trash Wheel happily devours, that was made by City College students.
They could get creative at a craft table, where they could make themselves hats in honor of the “man” of the hour…
…and just enjoy a fun night with fellow supporters. The party raised money for the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore’s Healthy Harbor Intiative (Mr. Trash Wheel’s proud parent).
Pictured (LtoR) Karen Monken, HIAS director of prearrival & initial resettlement; Heather Blake, Kaiser Permanente project manager; and Tom Yen, Baltimore area IT specialist
Pictured (LtoR) Adam Lindquist, Healthy Harbor director; and Casey Merbler, Healthy Harbor project manager
Pictured (LtoR) Liz White, Wegman’s recruiter; Frank Torchia, HemaTerra Technologies software engineer; and Christina Sanborn, Baltimore-area pharmacist
Pictured (LtoR) Charlie Swisko, Baltimore area scientist; Jason Catterton, Southern Maryland computer scientist; and Bre Miller, Southern Maryland web developer
Pictured (LtoR) Peggy Nadler, Maximum Performance Physical Therapy intake coordinator; Eliott Sterner, Baltimore area software engineer; and Elise Porcelli, Anne Arundel Community College engineering student/intern
Pictured (LtoR) Jen Aiken, National Aquarium part-time marine educator (in an updo incorporating aluminum can); and Pamela Kellett, Baltimore-based environmental scientist (with updo incorporating single use plastics)
Pictured (LtoR) Monica Farrah, Marriner Marketing senior account executive; and Amanda Holtz, Marriner Marketing senior account executive
Pictured (LtoR) Andrew Harnden, Craftpack Beverage assistant production manager; Lexi Decker, US Naval Academy dental hygienist; Cali Roberts, Possibilities Hair Design hairstylist; and Andrew Hoyes, UPS loader
(May 11, 2019 – Peabody Heights Brewery)
Sloane Brown

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