Symphony show house

MARYLAND SCENE

May 02, 1999|By Sloane Brown

The Helmore Farm house and more than 300 guests were all decked out for the preview party of the 23rd Baltimore Symphony Decorators' Show House, sponsored by the Baltimore Symphony Associates. The tony attendees first toured the made-over 19th-century Greenspring Valley mansion, then partied into the night at the L'Hirondelle Club in Ruxton.

Among those decorating the crowd were Jane Barton, show house chair; Carol O'Connell, BSA president; Ellen and Buddy Zamoiski, preview-party honorary chairs; Anne Reinke Lambdin, preview-party chair; John Gidwitz, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra president; Dale and Carol Lucas, Helmore Farm owners; Henry Wright, owner of Selsed Vineyards; Susan Baukhages, special-events director at Maryland Public Television; Lainy Lebow-Sachs, senior VP at Kennedy Krieger Institute; Bill Knott, president of First Union Bank; Mike Ruck, president of Ruck Funeral Homes; and Judge Chris Kahl of the Baltimore County Circuit Court.

The party raised about $35,000 for youth programs of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

Pub Date: 05/02/99

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