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Neither rain, nor sleet, nor high winds, nor power outages could stop the “Taste of Potomac” from the mission at hand — throwing a grand event to raise funds for Adoptions Together.
Michael Kolodin and John Philips enjoy the food at the Taste of Potomac.
Jane and Mike Philips gathered auction items: “We have seen wonderful generosity this year.”
Sugo Cicchettti’s Jon Coley and Justin Bates serve up small Italian plates.
Stella’s Restaurant owner Stratton Liapis and Wendy Hernandez serve Lobster Guacamole.
Old Angler’s Inn Owners Mark and Sara Reges with Maria Gutierrez, Elsie Rivera and Enoth ...
Lori Soberman and husband Stu enjoy the event.
Barbara Harrison of NBC-4 accepts award from Adoptions Together founder Janice Goldwater
Renette Oklewicz of Freddie Mac and AT founder Janice Goldwater
Hunter’s Inn Chef Stephen White
Cava Chef grills lamb chops
Randi and Paul Schweitzer of Potomac enjoy the food.
Raffle Items displayed in beautiful baskets made everyone want raffle tickets.
Washington Wizards play-by-play announcer Steve Buckhantz serves as the auctioneer for the evening.
Adoptions together is a great cause that deserves public support and generous donations. I've been at the best Rochester restaurants and I remember always seeing a little donations box for a charitable cause like African children. It's good that we finally have a good local charity cause.
Eating less is not only more sexy, but it's also healthier. I read a scientific study which stated that people who eat less will live longer than the rest. Every time when I go to my favorite restaurant Tallys I leave something on the plate and I wait a little bit to see if I am still hungry or not.
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