Never mind the weather outside. It’s all about the atmosphere inside. Known as August’s hottest party. Baltimore Magazine threw its annual bash celebrating the winner of its “Best of Baltimore” issue, benefiting The Family Tree.
The Assembly Room was packed. Lots of people and lots of things to do.
More than 20 of Baltimore’s top restaurants and caterers offered plenty to eat…
…and a number of bars offered a wide range of things to drink.
Pictured (LtoR) Susette DuBois, community volunteer: Steve Geppi, Baltimore Magazine owner/publisher; and Peter DuBois, Stanley Black & Decker chief information officer
Pictured (LtoR) Stan Heidmann, Geppi Family Enterprises president; Michael Teitelbaum, Baltimore Magazine president; and Joe Foss, Geppi Family Enterprises vice chairman
Pictured (LtoR) Nuala Rooney, Baltimore Magazine account executive; Amy Ries, Baltimore-based occupational therapist; Jim Ries, Offit Kurman director of business development; and Stacey Munsell, Baltimore Magazine senior account executive
Pictured (LtoR) Christine Sweeney, Inside Lacrosse sales & marketing manager; Joe Sweeney, Atlas Restaurant Group director of marketing & public relations; Quinn Collins, Collins + Co. owner; and Chris Franzoni, Collins + Co. director of social media
Pictured (LtoR) Leticia Enos, Visit Baltimore community engagement manager; and Shalini Malaki, Federal Republic of Nigeria global health policy consultant
Pictured (LtoR) Jan Braun, ReDeux co-owner; and Margo Halle, Enterprise Homes development manager
Pictured (LtoR) Sandlot colleagues: Alex Dreisch, public events manager; Nicole McConnell, bartender; and Mary Lawton, general manager
Pictured (LtoR) Amanda Valderas, shoparrowclothing.com owner; Joe Valderas, Motus GI Holdings account executive; and Karen Cedeño, Back on My Feet Baltimore development director
Pictured (LtoR) Ginny Quinn, makeup artist/CityFam director of operations; and Mo Oveissi, Maryland State Comptroller’s Office internal auditor (August 8, 2019 – The Assembly Room)