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Hats & Horses a huge success for Kennedy Krieger Institute

A grateful patient family, Jon and Lauren Cole along with their daughter, Eliza, take to the stage to thank guests for their support of Kennedy Krieger and to share how that support can make a difference in a child’s life. (Photo by Jason Putsché Photography LLC)

A grateful patient family, Jon and Lauren Cole along with their daughter, Eliza, take to the stage to thank guests for their support of Kennedy Krieger and to share how that support can make a difference in a child’s life. (Photo by Jason Putsché Photography LLC)

After months of planning, Hats & Horses Committee co-chairs for the Women’s Initiative Network at Kennedy Krieger Institute pause to commemorate the evening. From left are Aimee Fulchino, Paige Kenney, Lisa Vogel and Cynthia Cavanaugh. (Photo by Jason Putsché Photography LLC)

After months of planning, Hats & Horses Committee co-chairs for the Women’s Initiative Network at Kennedy Krieger Institute pause to commemorate the evening. From left are Aimee Fulchino, Paige Kenney, Lisa Vogel and Cynthia Cavanaugh. (Photo by Jason Putsché Photography LLC)

From left, Lisa Vogel, president of the Lisa Vogel Agency; Kohli Flick, owner and founder of Becket Hitch; and Emma Young attended the fourth annual Hats & Horses event. (Photo by Jason Putsché Photography LLC)

From left, Lisa Vogel, president of the Lisa Vogel Agency; Kohli Flick, owner and founder of Becket Hitch; and Emma Young attended the fourth annual Hats & Horses event. (Photo by Jason Putsché Photography LLC)

Ray Mitchener, left, owner of Ruth Shaw, and his husband, Brian Comes, supported this year’s Bubbles and Bling raffle at the fourth annual Hats & Horses event. (Photo by Jason Putsché Photography LLC)

Ray Mitchener, left, owner of Ruth Shaw, and his husband, Brian Comes, supported this year’s Bubbles and Bling raffle at the fourth annual Hats & Horses event. (Photo by Jason Putsché Photography LLC)

Matt Levinson, vice president of Sol Levinson & Bros. Inc., and his wife, Katelyn, supported the Kennedy Krieger Institute by attending the fourth annual Hats & Horses event. (Photo by Jason Putsché Photography LLC)

Matt Levinson, vice president of Sol Levinson & Bros. Inc., and his wife, Katelyn, supported the Kennedy Krieger Institute by attending the fourth annual Hats & Horses event. (Photo by Jason Putsché Photography LLC)

The Women’s Initiative Network at Kennedy Krieger Institute hosted the fourth annual Hats & Horses event May 3 benefitting the children of the institute.

Sagamore-inspired Black Eyed Susans, bow ties and big hats adorned the evening’s 300 guests, which included the who’s who of the Baltimore community. The event raised $430,000, aided by a match of $50,000 from The Charles T. Bauer Foundation, to support the renovation of Kennedy Krieger’s  Greenspring Campus pool, which is used by Kennedy Krieger patients, students and athletes in the adaptive sports program.

Highlights of the evening included expertly prepared cuisine and cocktails by Linwoods, dancing, both live and silent auctions featuring an array of items and packages and a diamond ring raffle.

The event was sponsored by the Stephen and Renee Bisciotti Foundation, Antwerpen and BFPE International, among others.

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