Blue Water Baltimore's "Happy Hour. Happy Harbor."

Chelsea Kadish, University of Maryland Law School student, Erin Pride, U.S. Department of Labor attorney, Michells Stanfield, Baltimore City Housing Authority attorney, and Tara Messing, University of Maryland Law School student, all came to the sold-out happy hour to support the cause. <br>
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What better way is there to support a healthy harbor than to have a happy hour overlooking it? That was the thought behind Blue Water Baltimore's "Happy Hour. Happy Harbor." The event benefitted the group's Baltimore Harbor Waterkeeper program. A few dozen folks gathered at the tike bar outside Bo Brooks in Canton to support the program that monitors the water quality of the harbor, as well as organizes cleanups and funds legal action.

( Sloane Brown, For The Baltimore Sun / June 25, 2013 )

Chelsea Kadish, University of Maryland Law School student, Erin Pride, U.S. Department of Labor attorney, Michells Stanfield, Baltimore City Housing Authority attorney, and Tara Messing, University of Maryland Law School student, all came to the sold-out happy hour to support the cause.



What better way is there to support a healthy harbor than to have a happy hour overlooking it? That was the thought behind Blue Water Baltimore's "Happy Hour. Happy Harbor." The event benefitted the group's Baltimore Harbor Waterkeeper program. A few dozen folks gathered at the tike bar outside Bo Brooks in Canton to support the program that monitors the water quality of the harbor, as well as organizes cleanups and funds legal action.

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