Viva House

MARYLAND SCENE

April 18, 1999|By Sloane Brown

Some 150 guests were in a whirl at a tea dance to benefit Viva House. They gathered in the Charles Room at the Belvedere to dance to the tunes of the Helmut Licht band, and to raise about $3,000 for the Southwest Baltimore soup kitchen.

Viva House founders Brendan Walsh and Willa Bickham, and their daughter and son-in-law, Kate and Dave Walsh-Little, were honored by supporters including Fred Davis, retired U.S. Weather Service meteorologist; Bonnie Rosenblatt, assistant principal of Park Lower School; John Kenny, partner at White, Miller, Kenny & Vettori; and Carole Weinberg and Buddy Hash, Le Triolet ballroom dance teachers. Pub Date: 04/18/99

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