3rd Annual OMGFood

La Cuchara Baltimore was brimming with folks and good food for this popular fundraiser for The League for People with Disabilities, also known as The League.

A number of local chefs offered up their tasty specialties…
…there was also a silent auction to browse…
…and a whole lot of mixing and mingling on the evening’s agenda.
Pictured (LtoR) Tony Fugett, Reginald F. Lewis Foundation director; Trittye Fugett, State of Maryland Child Support Administration special assistant to the executive director: Cherie Snyder, retired benefits coordinator; and Andy Snyder, The League for People with Disabilities board chair
Pictured (LtoR) Vince Ancona, Amerigroup president; Lesli Ancona, Howard County Public School System teacher; and David A. Greenberg, The League president/CEO
Pictured (LtoR) Nicoletta Macris, The Modell Lyric marketing & public relations director; and Renee Mutchnik, Tribune Publishing regional marketing director
Pictured (LtoR) Susan Manekin, community volunteer; Karen Singer, MS Partners founder/commercial real estate attorney; John Singer, University of Baltimore adjunct law professor; and Steve Manekin, Ellin & Tucker director
Pictured (LtoR) Jason Perlow, Berkshire Hathaway realtor; Rebecca Perlow, Berkshire Hathaway realtor; Bunky Eisenberg, Omni Insurance Associates agent; and Gary Perlow, retired CohnReznick partner
Pictured (LtoR) Irina Herbst, AME Pharmacy pharmacist; Someya Poverni, Poverni Sheikh Group associate; and Diane Fishman, Brilliant Smiles of Maryland associate
Pictured (LtoR) Renée Dash, The League vice president of medical programs/chief nursing officer; Rhonda Johnson, The League vice president of customer relations; and Lakeina Scott, Coldwell Banker realtor
Pictured (LtoR) Marni Hyatt, Baltimore area-based interior designer; Abby Kirsch, GetUpside vice president of merchant partnerships; and Bryan Kay, JLL project development services national lead
(October 3, 2019 – La Cuchara)
(Photos by Sloane Brown & Sean McDaniel)
Sloane Brown

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