Spirits high for CF Swing

MARYLAND SCENE

April 02, 2000|By Sloane Brown

The energy level was turned on high for the Maryland Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Spring Swing. About 450 fun seekers gathered to graze at a sumptuous buffet, bid in a silent auction and boogaloo to Bobby and the Believers at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Among the peppy partygoers: Kendel Ehrlich, CF board chair and event co-chair; U.S. Rep. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., event co-chair; Edie Brown, Sandy Pagnotti, Suzanne Smith Nolan and Jon Koscher, board members; Susan Bancroft, Stacy Danko and Lisa Menowitz Hamburger, event committee members; Josie Schaeffer, CF executive director; Dr. Beryl Rosenstein, director of the Cystic Fibrosis Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital; Randy Marriner, chairman and CEO of Marriner Marketing Communications; Lindy Small, director of corporate contributions for Constellation Energy; Clay Richmond, president of Rapid Response Medical Team; Marty Bass, WJZ-TV weatherman; Sheila Silverstein, promotion and marketing director for WPOC-FM radio; Marie Henderson, president and CEO of Marie Henderson Enterprises; Pat O'Hara, Loyola High School teacher; Wanda Draper, director of public affairs at WBAL-TV; and Julie Lombardi, organizational manager at Nordstrom.

The bash brought in more than $120,000 for CF Foundation research, programs and services.

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