'Mechanic for the Millennium'

Maryland Scene

November 21, 1999|By Sloane Brown

"A Mechanic for the Millennium" was the title given Clarisse Mechanic at a gala given in her honor by Florence Crittenton Services of Baltimore Inc. Some 160 guests congregated at Martin's West to pay tribute to the Baltimore philanthropist and to contribute more than $15,000 for Crittenton's outreach services for abused teens.

Among those in the assemblage: Anne Davis, Crittenton Services' executive director; Brian Wallace, board president; J. C. Shay, Ann Costlow, Dr. Guy Bragg and James Bond, board members; Joe Mason, event chair; Trena Taylor Brown, general manager at AT&T; Judge Mary Welcome of the Maryland Tax Court; Gerard Brice, president of D & G Brice Contractors Inc.; and Kip Mandris, owner of the Brass Monkey bar.

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