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The Daily Record hosts Eye on Annapolis happy hour

From left, Patrick J. Hogan, of Cornerstone Government Affairs; Tom Lewis, the operations manager with the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene; and Del. Robert L. Flanagan, R-Howard County, share a laugh during The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Patrick J. Hogan, of Cornerstone Government Affairs; Tom Lewis, the operations manager with the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene; and Del. Robert L. Flanagan, R-Howard County, share a laugh during The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

 

 

 

 

 

From left, Evan Johnson, Alison Jenkins, Trevon Keene and Dwayne London attended The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Evan Johnson, Alison Jenkins, Trevon Keene and Dwayne London attended The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Lynn Farrow, the vice president of public policy and development with Goodwill Industries; David Carroll, a principal with Capital Strategies; Todd Lamb, a principal with Capital Strategies; and Keiffer Mitchell, a special adviser in Gov. Larry Hogan’s legislative office, take time out for a photo during The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Lynn Farrow, the vice president of public policy and development with Goodwill Industries; David Carroll, a principal with Capital Strategies; Todd Lamb, a principal with Capital Strategies; and Keiffer Mitchell, a special adviser in Gov. Larry Hogan’s legislative office, take time out for a photo during The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Maryland State Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., left, and The Daily Record Publisher Suzanne Fischer-Huettner enjoy their time at The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Maryland State Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., left, and The Daily Record Publisher Suzanne Fischer-Huettner enjoy their time at The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Josh Howe, a legislative aide; Tyler Bennett, a government relations consultant; and Camille Fesche, an attorney and government relations consultant, all with the firm Alexander & Cleaver; Del. Anne Healey, D-Prince George’s County; Wilhelm H. Joseph, the executive director of Maryland Legal Aid; and Hannah Garagiola, the director of government relations with Alexander & Cleaver, attended The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Josh Howe, a legislative aide; Tyler Bennett, a government relations consultant; and Camille Fesche, an attorney and government relations consultant, all with the firm Alexander & Cleaver; Del. Anne Healey, D-Prince George’s County; Wilhelm H. Joseph, the executive director of Maryland Legal Aid; and Hannah Garagiola, the director of government relations with Alexander & Cleaver, attended The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Del. Shelly Hettleman, D-Baltimore County, left, and Del. Benjamin T. Brooks, D-Baltimore County strike up a conversation with The Daily Record’s government affairs writer Bryan P. Sears, right, during The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Del. Shelly Hettleman, D-Baltimore County, left, and Del. Benjamin T. Brooks, D-Baltimore County strike up a conversation with The Daily Record’s government affairs writer Bryan P. Sears, right, during The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

More than 150 people attended The Daily Record’s Eye on Annapolis Happy Hour event Jan. 31.

The eighth annual event, held again at Harry Browne’s in historic Annapolis, has become a tradition and the chance for guests to network with The Daily Record’s legislative reporters and editors.

“We are always proud to host this event,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “Our Annapolis coverage and its readership continue to grow and we are proud of that as well.”

In addition to The Daily Record, Alexander & Cleaver, Wawa and NextEra Energy served as event sponsors.

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