Antiques Show preview

MARYLAND SCENE

March 05, 2000|By SLOANE BROWN

About 350 antiques lovers took a stroll down memory lane at the Hunt Valley Antiques Show Preview Party. They meandered along a twisting trail of vintage treasures displayed inside Marriott's Hunt Valley Inn. There was no chance of losing their way. The guests had plenty of guides -- about 60 antiques dealers from across the country and a battery of members of the Auxiliary of Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland, sponsors of the 30-year-old show.

Included on the tour: Anne Gurbel and Anne Kellerman, show co-chairs; Carrington North, show vice chair; Laurie Fisher and Gretchen Gertsen, show committee members; Eleanor Hale, board president of Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland; Whitney Lull, board member; Bob Armacost, show manager; Dyson Stockman, Family and Children's Services volunteer; and Burt Ray, Maryland Department of Juvenile Justice counselor.

The party's proceeds -- more than $24,000 -- will go to Family and Children's Services programs for Maryland's needy and at-risk families.

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