Hampden Family Center

MARYLAND SCENE

May 20, 2001|By Sloane Brown

The casually chic atmosphere at Maryland Art Place made for a perfect spring soiree at the Hampden Family Center's silent auction and cocktail reception. Some 225 guests nibbled canapes, sipped wine and perused both the artwork and the silent auction -- results of the latter helping the center raise more than $23,000 from the party to help provide support to Hampden residents.

This cocktail mix included: Dina Mallis Klicos, event chair; Alice Ann Finnerty, event honorary chair; Priscilla Calvert, Janet Majev, Annette Paterakis, Lindy Small, Charlotte Wanner and Kim Zaharis, event committee members; Beth Volk, Hampden Family Center board president; Bob Gerring, Lynn Henss, Pam Malester and Alice C. Smith, board members; Lisa Ghinger, center executive director; Karen Bokram, Maryland Art Place board president; Suzi Cordish, MAP board chair; John McMullen, Hampden Family Center volunteer coordinator; Nathan Braverman and John Miller, Baltimore District Court judges; Betsy Dugan, Octavia owner; Claire Miller, Constel- lation Energy director; Kip Mandris, Brass Monkey owner; Mary Ann Masur, ATAPCO Properties Inc. leasing manager; Karen Patten, Kali's Court co-owner; Rebecca Jones, R.D. Jones & Associates principal; David Hartman, Steamship Trade Association of Baltimore administrative manager; Brian Gleeson, Bank of America financial planner; Mary Kay Groeninger, Grant, Thornton CPA; and Andrew Meredith, Merrill Lynch financial adviser.

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