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Bmore Social: Second-Annual Frosty Ball

A visual recap of Christopher Schafer Clothier's bash benefiting Movember, a nonprofit supporting men’s health. 
By Sloane Brown

The 2nd Annual Frosty Ball
January 20, 2024
6–10 p.m.
Christopher Schafer Clothier 


Days of snow, below-freezing temperatures, and the Ravens-Texans game may have forced the cancellation of most events around town, but that wasn’t enough to shelve the Frosty Ball. Although the Winter Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride—a motorcycle event earlier in the day—was scrapped due to the weather, about 50 hardy souls turned out at Christopher Schafer Clothier for the post-ride bash benefiting Movember, a nonprofit organization supporting men’s health. 

The highlights of the night? Well, there was that home team win on the TV. But there was also live music provided by two longtime Baltimore-based rock bands, Sister Ex and Glassphalt, one of which included the event chair and host, Christopher Schafer as a member. 

 “I’m glad that we didn’t cancel the party,” he said, “because I had a blast playing drums with my band.”

Left to right: Ethan Pritchard, event co-chair; Malik Minor, Chris Schafer Clothier apprentice/Young Creatives chair; Naseem Hawkins, executive protection specialist
Left to right: Jack McFarlan, Glassphalt bass player; Ronald Tsao, Glassphalt guitar player
Left to right: Cummings & Co. realtors: Rachel Kohel; Jack Leary
Left to right: Lorrie Puente, Cummings & Co. realtor; Pastor Solis, Snap-on Tools franchisee
Left to right: Anthony Piazza, Sixter Ex guitar player; Tobias Hurwitz, Sister Ex guitar player/auithor/Tobias Hurwitz Combo leader
Left to right: Jeffrey Wesolowski, Sister Ex bass player; Darryl Dardenne, Sister Ex drummer
Left to right: Lin McNamara, designer; Pippa Hailstone-Duggan, theatre teacher/Northpoint Builders project manager
Left to right: Claudia Neuman, Sister Ex lead singer; Christopher Schafer Clothier proprietor/Sister Ex drummer; Gina Schafer, mechanical engineer
Left to right: Terri Willett, Fred Meyer & Sons, Inc Insurance president; Michael Shahan, automotive mechanic
Left to right: Danielle Sweeney, Central Maryland Transportation Alliance organizer; John Palumbi, public school teacher