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By: RJ Kaminski

Shootout for Soldiers hosted a dinner Thursday night for a select group of donors, volunteers and military personnel at a location immersed in American military history. Built more than 220 years ago, the Star-Spangled Flag House formerly served as the home to Mary Pickersgill. Her residence in Baltimore is significant as she is known for being the seamstress of the garrison flag that inspired Francis Scott Key’s writing of our national anthem.

Our Shootout for Soldiers team posing for a picture after the dinner.

Our Shootout for Soldiers team posing for a picture after the dinner.

Thursday’s dinner served to thank those in the community who have played an integral role in making the Shootout for Soldiers a success in Baltimore. Below are some snapshots of attendees from Thursday’s dinner.

Hooper Neal, Geron Brooks and Garland Mooney waiting to help sign in attendees in the lobby.

Hooper Neale, Geron Brooks and Garland Mooney waiting to welcome attendees in the lobby.

Tyler Steinhardt posing with Chesapeake Bayhawk Representatives

Tyler Steinhardt posing with Chesapeake Bayhawk Representatives

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