Community Kitchen raises the curtain

MARYLAND SCENE

June 25, 2000|By Sloane Brown

Going to see the musical "Cabaret" took on extra meaning for 200 ticket holders as they gathered for a post-performance reception at the Mechanic Theater. They not only got to enjoy the show and dessert, but they also raised $10,000 for Maryland Community Kitchen.

Among those discussing the show over coffee and pastries in the Mechanic Theater lounge: Dr. Wayland Wong, event chair; Sandy Rubenstein, Virginia Hook, Steve Schwartzman, Michael Stevens and Charles "Chip" Geiger, event committee members; Jim Williams, Maryland Community Kitchen executive director; Dr. Tim Holland, Maryland Community Kitchen board president; Dan Proctor and Phil Cooper, board members; Marcia Jordan, Bank of America vice president; Barbara Stern, Ventiv Health USA account executive; Ricki Rutley, sales and marketing director for Dental Technology Channel; John Shields, Gertrude's at the BMA owner; Edward Sweeney, Edward Amato Salon president; Troy Piro, US Airways flight attendant; Joshua Reiter, ApplicationsOnline LLC president; Robin Siegel, attorney with Gordon Feinblatt.

Maryland Community Kitchen, formerly called Moveable Feast, provides food and support to those who are poor, and living with HIV/AIDS.

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