Signature Events

Baltimore magazine's Women Who Move Maryland Candy and Rosé Soirée

Thursday, February 28, 2019 at the Cove at Citron
Signature Events

Baltimore magazine's Women Who Move Maryland Candy and Rosé Soirée

Thursday, February 28, 2019 at the Cove at Citron

Women featured in our Women Who Move Maryland section gathered at The Cove at Citron on February 28 for our Candy and Rosé Soirée to celebrate their breaking barriers in the business worlds. Presenting sponsor, Cigna hosted a raffle, giving one lucky winner an Amazon echo. The cocktail reception consisted of decadent Glenmorangie chocolate martinis, Chandon rosé, and lite fare.

A party is not complete without sweets and guests took home some treats from the Belcara Health self-serve candy bar. While guests enjoyed their candy, our favorite caricature artist created one-of-a-kind portraits. Whisked! baked chocolate cookies to share with guests. To honor the Go Red for Women campaign, together with Cigna, we partnered with the American Heart Association’s Maryland chapter in hopes of encouraging disease awareness.

A special thanks to Becky Stavely for capturing the beauty, power, and comradery of this event.



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