Oyster Ball

Hanhvy Bui, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000116" title="Johns Hopkins University" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/johns-hopkins-university-OREDU0000116.topic">Johns Hopkins University</a> research scientist, Jen Truong, GEA Process Engineering project engineer, Mike Smenkowski, Philadephia area union carpenter, and Alexandra Jacobs, Philadelphia area respiratory therapist, dove right into the main attraction at the Oyster Ball. The Annual Oyster Fest at Ryleigh's Oyster kicked off October 4, 2012 with the Oyster Ball. Dozens of folks filled the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100603011000" title="Federal Hill" href="/topic/us/maryland/baltimore-county/baltimore/federal-hill-PLGEO100100603011000.topic">Federal Hill</a> eatery to fill up on oysters (and other seafood), and champagne and raise money for the Oyster Recovery Partnership and the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORNPR000021" title="Chesapeake Bay Foundation" href="/topic/environmental-issues/chesapeake-bay-foundation-ORNPR000021.topic">Chesapeake Bay Foundation</a>.

( Sloane Brown, for The Baltimore Sun / October 9, 2012 )

Hanhvy Bui, Johns Hopkins University research scientist, Jen Truong, GEA Process Engineering project engineer, Mike Smenkowski, Philadephia area union carpenter, and Alexandra Jacobs, Philadelphia area respiratory therapist, dove right into the main attraction at the Oyster Ball. The Annual Oyster Fest at Ryleigh's Oyster kicked off October 4, 2012 with the Oyster Ball. Dozens of folks filled the Federal Hill eatery to fill up on oysters (and other seafood), and champagne and raise money for the Oyster Recovery Partnership and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

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