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21 to make debut at 117th annual Holly Ball

The Holly Ball Committee has announced the names of the 21 young ladies who will be presented at the 117th Holly Ball to be held at Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club on Friday, December 28, beginning at 7 p.m.

The annual Holly Ball, the fund-raising charitable arm supporting The Tidewater Foundation, was pleased to make a variety of contributions in 2012 and to many worthy entities in and around the Northern Neck and Tidewater areas. 

The Holly Ball Committee delights in observing these young ladies embrace a time-honored tradition and mission of preserving a philanthropic legacy of giving back. The events hosted by the debutants during the festive holiday season unite these young women and foster a spirit of altruistic advocacy.  They also inspire the formation of new and genuine lifelong friendships among like-minded women who whole heartedly endorse returning gifts bestowed upon them to charitable organizations. 

Miss LeighAnna Virginia Morris of Warsaw will reign as Queen of the Holly Realm. Miss Morris, a student at the University of Virginia, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hart Morris of Warsaw.

The debutantes to be presented this year are Miss Carter Sutton Aines, a student at Longwood College, daughter of Ms. Gail Toombs Aines of White Stone and Mr. Kevin Lee Aines of Irvington; Miss Meghan Elizabeth Anthony, a student at Ferrum College, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Francis Greene of Wake Forest, N.C., and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Allen Anthony of Henrico; Miss Beatrice Powell Bronner, a student at Virginia Commonwealth University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jon Benjamin Bronner of Glen Allen, and granddaughter of Mrs. Ralph Cook of Water View; Miss Carter Elizabeth Clark, a student at James Madison University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Morgan Clark of White Stone; Miss Allison Brann Crittenden, a student at Virginia Tech, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Spencer Crittenden of Hardyville. 

Continuing the list of 2012 debutantes to be presented are Miss Alison Kelli Davis, a student at Rappahannock Community College, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roscoe Davis of Lancaster; Miss Jessica Rémy Enoch, a student at the University of Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Howell Enoch of Glen Allen; Miss Susan Thornton Farmar, a student of Lynn University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Aubrey Farmar of Warsaw; Miss Sarah Elizabeth Hall, a student at Chowan University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Rew Hall of Reedville; Miss Jacquelyn Taylor Hinson, a student at Virginia Tech, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Keith Hinson of Kilmarnock; Miss Diane Carter Kelly, a student at Virginia Tech, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Carter Kelly of Reedville; Miss Sarah Elizabeth Kelly, a student at Virginia Tech, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Carter Kelly of Reedville; Miss Halle Elizabeth Keyser, a student at Rappahannock Community College, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Warren Keyser of Burgess; and Miss Jacquelynne Diane Maupin, a student at Longwood University, daughter of Reverend and Mrs. Danny Maupin of Warsaw.

Also making their debut this year are Miss Sydney Carole Moss, a student at Radford University, daughter of Ms. Kelli Sullivan-Moss of White Stone; Miss Madeline May Muse, a student at Longwood University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wyndell Glenn Muse of Mechanicsville; Miss Taylor Leigh O’Bier, a student at Longwood University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry O’Bier of Callao; Miss Elizabeth Lee Rogers, a student of Longwood University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neale Rogers of Reedville; Miss Melinda Jean Sellew, a student at the College of William and Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sanders Sellew of Midlothian; Miss Ann Blanden Sisson, a student at Rappahannock Community College, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lawrence Sisson of Tappahannock; and Miss Heather Anita Smith, a student at Ferrum College, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dale Smith of Weems.

posted 12.05.2012

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