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United Way Tocqueville Society celebrates contributions

At the 27th Annual Tocqueville Society Event, hosted by Andy and Sana Brooks recently, more than 180 United Way Tocqueville Society members and their guests celebrated the contributions they made last year to the organization’s efforts to improve education, financial stability and health in Central Maryland. Members of United Way’s Tocqueville Society each give $10,000 or more annually and last year contributed a total of more than $7 million collectively.

During the event, United Way of Central Maryland also recognized Mark Fetting and Georgie Smith as Philanthropists of the Year, Violet Ripken and Audrey Lifcovich as Volunteers of a Lifetime and Brown Advisory as Outstanding Tocqueville Organization of the Year.

From left to right, Rick Bennett (Johns Hopkins Medicine) and Carolyn and Sam Ross (Bon Secours Health System) attended the event.

From left to right, Rick Bennett (Johns Hopkins Medicine) and Carolyn and Sam Ross (Bon Secours Health System) attended the event.

From left to right, Georgie Smith, Audrey Lifcovich (Northwest Hospital), Mark Fetting and Violet Ripken (Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County) were recognized by United Way for their contributions to the community.

From left to right, Georgie Smith, Audrey Lifcovich (Northwest Hospital), Mark Fetting and Violet Ripken (Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County) were recognized by United Way for their contributions to the community.

From left to right, Neil and Sayra Meyerhoff, Raphael Langford, Julie Mercer (Bon Secours Baltimore Health System) and Ron Peterson (Johns Hopkins Hospital) were among those who attended the 27th Annual Tocqueville Society Event.

From left to right, Neil and Sayra Meyerhoff, Raphael Langford, Julie Mercer (Bon Secours Baltimore Health System) and Ron Peterson (Johns Hopkins Hospital) were among those who attended the 27th Annual Tocqueville Society Event.