High Noon Society – an organization aimed at bringing interesting people together for great connections and conversation – teamed up with Old Line Society to hold a brunch party at Christopher Schafer Clothier, and support Christopher Schafer’s nonprofit, Sharp Dressed Man.
Folks had a chance to enjoy a great conversations in a cool environment on Sunday afternoon…
…and browse quite a spread for their Sunday brunch.
Pictured (LtoR) Elizabeth Massing and Allison O’Brien, High Noon Society co-founders; and Jeremy Rosendale, Baltimore-based nonprofit executive
Pictured (LtoR) Justin Batoff, Old Line Society co-founder; and Colin Tarbert, Baltimore Development Corporation president/CEO
Pictured (LtoR) Christopher Schafer, Christopher Schafer Clothier proprietor; and Elisa Wells, Baltimore-based event manager
Pictured (LtoR) Karen Roberts, 14 West controller; Dr. Parag Gandhi, Maryland Eye & Face principal/ocular plastic surgeon; and Carla Murphy, Duane Morris attorney
Pictured (LtoR) Lydie Glynn, Maryland assistant attorney general; Jack Linehan, Epstein Becker Green attorney; Eric Risi, Morgan Stanley director; and Jenny Linehan, Roland Park Place nurse practitioner
Pictured (LtoR) Paige Tester, 14 West digital content specialist; Matt Allinson, Agora marketing specialist; and Hayley Dott, Stephanie Bradshaw assistant project manager
Pictured (LtoR) Brian Scott, Brian Christopher & Co. event planner; Tawni Darling, Copper Kitchen event design specialist; Tommy Doyle, Fastspot business development manager; and Wendy Fox, Richline Group senior director of sales (November 3, 2019 – Christopher Schafer Clothier)