Susan E. Haynie, Queen of the Holly Realm
Miss Susan Elizabeth Haynie of Reedville was crowned Queen of the Holly Realm on December 28 at Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club in Kilmarnock. Miss Haynie was chosen to serve as the 120th queen of the Holly Ball, the Tidewater Foundation’s fundraising arm.
Dunston watercolors on display at Arts on Main
Arts on Main is starting the New Year featuring the works of watercolor artist Mary Kathryn Dunston. Like so many artists, she was fortunate enough to have a “just out of college” art teacher, Brian Bergh, when she was attending Gloucester High School.
Chair maker is featured artist in Tappahannock
Selected as one of the “Best of the Best” Windsor chair makers in the United States by Early American Life magazine, Jenkins was discovered in 2005 by a Hollywood set designer for the HBO miniseries “John Adams,” inspired by David McCullough’s Pulitzer Prize winning book of the same name.
Bridal and Event Expo due Jan. 17 in Deltaville
The Holly Point Pavilion at the Deltaville Maritime Museum will host a Bridal and Event Expo on Sunday, January 17, from 2-5 p.m. Admission is free. Registration is not required, but attendees can register in advance by emailing to be entered into an advance registration drawing for a “couple’s basket.”
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