This Year's Parties

Booklets describing the parties and information about making reservations are available at:

Wonderful Things, North Wing of Barracks Road Shopping Center
New Dominion Book Shop, Downtown Mall, 404 East Main Street

You will also find a description of the parties below. Take a look at the descriptions and then print and complete a reservation form to make your reservations. All reservations are made by mail and are accepted on a "first come, first served" basis. For more information, call (434) 245-2520.


A Night on the Riviera


Join us for a spectacular dining experience featuring Riviera delicacies!  Main Street Marketplace will be beautifully decorated with arrangements by Hedge.  Begin your journey with Italian wines and cheeses from Feast.  Continue your tour with a fabulous dinner of exotic fish from Seafood @ West Main prepared by Ingrid Berger at The Seasonal Cook.  Enjoy delectable breads from Albemarle Baking Company.  This truly unforgettable evening culminates with incredible hand-dipped chocolates from Gearharts Fine Chocolates!

Saturday, February 8, 2003

6:30 p.m.

Main Street Marketplace


Julie and Michael Bear

Janet and Ron Baellow

Ginnie and Pete Gillen

Mason and David Graham

Mary and John Howerton

Callie and Dave Keller

Lisa and Doug Peterson

Stephanie and Scott Shellenberger

Lisa and Clyde Smith

Lauri and TJ Wilson

Meg and Richard Zakin



Number of Guests:  40

Price per person:  $60.00


Romance in France


What better place to celebrate Valentine’s Day than France?  We will bring France to Charlottesville for “Une Soirée d’Amour” that you will never forget.  Délicieuse et magnifique!  Imagine being in a small, intimate bistro in the heart of Paris.  You will begin the evening with an aperitif and delicious hors d’oeuvres.  The aromas from the open kitchen will arouse the senses as two gourmet chefs, trained in the French culinary tradition, prepare a feast to remember.  Didier, a French wine supplier, will be your personal sommelier and explain the wines accompanying each course.


Friday, February 14, 2003

7:00 p.m.

Ciboulette Restaurant

Main Street Marketplace



Oysters with Citrus Mignonette

Gravlox with preserved Lemon, Crème Fraîche, and Caviar

Jambon Serrano with Goat’s Cheese and Basil

Lobster Bisque with Lobster Mousse, Crème Fraîche and Ciboulette

Torchon de Foie Gras au Pomegranate, Brioche, and Mâche

Local Charlottesville Vanguard Ranch Lamb with Creamy Mascarpone

Polenta, Black Trumpets, and Red Wine Sauce

Chocolate Surprise



Nancy Jane and John Wood Bolton

Nancy and Justo Campa

Neal Kassell

Daisy and David Moga

Elaine and Ted Oakey

Number of Guests: 20

Price Per Person:  $70.00


Murder Mystery


This evening of intrigue begins with cocktails and delectable hors d’oeuvres in a setting of fine art and good company.  A murder is scheduled at the University of Virginia Art Museum, and you are invited to help solve it.  Feast on a sumptuous meal prepared by the C&O Restaurant.  Entrée Act will challenge your wit and tickle your funny bone with an interactive murder mystery set in the antebellum south.  So bring your appetite and your thinking cap for an unforgettable dining experience.


Saturday, February 22, 2003

7:00 p.m.

The University of Virginia Art Museum



Spinach Noisettes with Chinese Mustard

Crostini with Chèvre, Red Onion Marmalade and Currants

Virginia Ham on Irish Cheddar Scones

Salad of Baby Greens, Grape Tomatoes, Red Onions, and Mozzarella

Chicken Breast Stuffed with Soubise with a Spinach Mornay

Roasted New Potatoes with Rosemary

Baby Carrots with Mint and Sesame Seeds

Sugar Snap Peas with Caramelized Pecans and Maple Syrup

Chocolate Praline Torte with Whipped Cream

Domestic Beer and Wine, and Coffee



Sherry and Edward Acker

Lynn and Kenny Brown

Betsy and Jay Dalgliesh

Mo and Jeff Gaffney

Callie and Blaise Gaston

Mary and Paul Gaston

Leslie and Richard Gilliam

Gail and David Haines

Kristin and Terry Holtzman

Mary and John Howerton

Dot Kelly

Elizabeth Kiser

Christine and Will McNeely

Virginia and Tim Michel

Karen and Howard Pape

Ann and Dan Parks

Kerri and Jim Scott

Mac Ward

Shelia and Ted Weschler

Deborah and John R. Younger



Number of Guests: 36

Price Per Person:  $75.00


Hogwarts Express


Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
Headmasters: Representatives for Party Parade
(Grand Sorcerer, Chief Warlock, Supreme Celebrant of Mystical Surprises)


We are pleased to invite you to the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.  The term begins on Sunday, February 23.  You will board "The Hogwarts Express" for an unforgettable train ride to Staunton, Virginia and back to Charlottesville.  Meet promptly at Platform 9 and 3/4.  Dress in your finest wizard attire (capes and hats will be provided). Please R.S.V.P. by owl.


Sunday, February 23, 2003

Historic Amtrak Station

810 West Main Street

Main Lobby

12:45 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

(Train departs promptly at 1:13 p.m.)



Slitherin’ Serpent Sandwiches

Polyjuice Magic Potions

Creepy Chocolates

Wizard Sundaes at Pullman's Restaurant in Staunton



Mr. Magic


Ruth Chisholm

Carol Fox

Marilyn Grant

Mary Howerton

Cathy Huff

Carol Krohn


Number of Guests: 40

Price Per Person: $25.00

Children must be accompanied by an adult



Retro 70’s


Come on in and shake your “groove” to live music featuring all of your favorite 70’s hits.  The ballroom of Glenmore Country Club will be transformed into Studio 54 taking you back to a time when polyester, bell-bottoms, and platform shoes were all the rage.  Make the scene in your disco best.  The disco ball will be turning and the light show, floor smoke, and bubbles will take you back to happy times.  Prizes await those who can “get down and funky” with their clothes and their moves on the dance floor.


Friday, February 28, 2003

7:00 p.m.

Glenmore Country Club



Light Buffet Dinner

Domestic Beer and Wine



Groove Spot



Capi and Steve Applestein

Lori and Fritz Berry

Olivia Branch

Amy and Barclay Bright

Mary and Jeff Burton

Elizabeth and Forrest Butler

Lynn and Todd Cooke

Dawn and Ron Cottrill

Stuart and Hunter Craig

Kaye and Kevin Crutchfield

Ace and Vic Dandridge

Beth and Carlton Dixon

Page and Doug Easter

Sarah and Tommy Everett

Marion and David Fife

Mo and Jeff Gaffney

Jenny and Scott Gardiner

Bunny and Joel Gibbons

Leslie and Richard Gilliam

Janie and Josh Goldschmidt

Pam and Kurt Goodwin

Karen and Bill Grant

Leslie and Dan Gregg

Bentley and Jim Grigg

Kedra and Bob Hauser

Gail and Carter Hoerr

Chris and Jim Hoffman

Meg and Chris Holden

Michelle and Joe Jennings

Christine and Colter Knight

Christine and Will McNeely

Lindsey and Tim Mullen

Judy and Tom Pace

Dianna and Chris Poe

Patti and Glenn Rowe

Annette and Tom Selinger

Ann and James Shannon

Tom and Mary Sherman

Clara Jane and Charlie Snipes

Tana and Gary Taylor

Susan and Mark Thomas

Joann and Mac Walker

Christy and Frank Wenzel


Number of Guests: 125

Price Per Person:  $55.00


Fat Tuesday on Saturday


Can’t make it to Bourbon Street this year?  Well, come on down to Emmet Street instead!  Celebrate at the wildest Mardi Gras party this side of New Orleans.  Jesters, King Cake, and beads galore!  Prizes awarded for the most extravagant costumes.

Saturday, March 1, 2003

7:00 p.m.

Alumni Hall

University of Virginia



Light New Orleans Hors D’oeuvres

King Cake

Open Bar



Cajun Music

Opening “Parade”

Costume Contest

Mask-Making Table



The UVA Charlottesville Alumni Club




Number of Guests: 75

Price Per Person: $45.00

Festival/Carnival Attire Optional


Adventurers Ho!


Come one, come all!  Explore the many facets of the Lewis and Clark Expedition through the cartographic tradition (1507-1814)!  Heather Moore, Alderman Library’s Special Collections Librarian, will serve as your guide through the highlights and finer points of the journey.  Enjoy safe passage as you traverse the Lewis and Clark exhibition and discover the results of earlier expeditions.  Learn about the evolving views of the American continent, the fabled “Passage to the Indies,” and the early exploration of the Pacific Northwest.  You will have the opportunity to survey original titles from Thomas Jefferson’s personal library.  Happy Trails!


Sunday, March 2, 2003

3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The McGregor Room, Alderman Library

University of Virginia



Warm Crab and Brie Dip with Italian Crostini

Savory Peppery Biscotti

Wild Mushroom Ragout Tartlets

Dried Bosc Pear Rounds with Gorgonzola

Mini Pumpkin Muffins with Smoked Turkey and Chutney Butter

Smoked Salmon Mousse on Belgian Endive

Assorted Fruits and Cheeses

Chocolate Truffles, Ginger Almond Tartlets, Chocolate Sin

Coffee, Tea, and Wine



Betsy and Jim Kennan

Lynn Smith and George Worthington

Nancy and Michael Terry

Alison and Daniel Walden



Number of Guests: 40

Price Per Person: $35.00


An Evening with Jefferson, Lewis and Clark


Be Mr. Jefferson’s guest for the evening.  Meet at the East Portico of Monticello.  A private tour, conducted by President Dan Jordan and Curator Susan Stein, will include the Dome Room and the landmark exhibition on Lewis and Clark.  Stand on the West Portico and look west; imagine trekking to the Pacific Ocean.  Next take a short drive on the grounds to the President’s residence.  Delicious hors d’oeuvres await you emphasizing specialties of East and West.  Toast the Voyage of Discovery with wines of Virginia and Oregon.


Thursday, March 6, 2003

6:30 p.m. promptly




Roasted Tenderloin of Beef

Montana Elk Salami

Pacific Ocean Platter of Delicacies

Virginia Country Ham

Assorted Fruits

Berry Tarts and Sweets

Virginia and Oregon Wines



Margery and Tom Daniel

Ann and Terry Holland

Lou and Dan Jordan

Lissa and Dick Merrill

Paula and Rob Newcomb

Karen and Bob O’Neil

Linda and Vito Perriello

Missy and Bill Shenkir

Susan Stein and Ken Abraham

Betty and Mario di Valmarana


Number of Guests: 30

Price Per Person:  $65.00


Golf, and Life, Is Not a Game of Perfect!


Calling all sports enthusiasts!  Join us for lunch and hear Dr. Bob Rotella, who is internationally recognized for his work in sports psychology.  He will be sharing strategies he uses with professional athletes and Fortune 500 managers, focusing on his four-point message of confidence, concentration, composure, and commitment.  Golfers and non-golfers alike will benefit from hearing his common sense approach to the mental game of golf, and how those principles apply to every day business situations.


Wednesday, March 12, 2003, 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Glenmore Country Club



Corned Beef and Cabbage

New Potatoes


Crème de Menthe Chocolate Mousse



Fritz Berry   Bob Bowers   John Frizzell   Bill Gordon   David Graham

Andy Hord   John Howerton   David Passerell   Michael Passerell   Bill Randolph

Tom Root   Scott Shellenberger   Bryan Wright


Number of Guests: 75

Price Per Person:  $35.00

Cash Bar Available



Bridge Game


Come have lunch, mingle with the kings and queens, and double your pleasure with bridge in the afternoon.  We are sure it will suit you.  Slam your clubs and spades and remember those vulnerable hearts and diamonds.  Bid your friends to join you.  Don’t pass or finesse this party. 


Thursday, March 13, 2003, 11:30 a.m.

Glenmore Country Club



Brandied Wild Mushroom Bisque

Seared Pork Tenderloin Medallions

Waldorf Salad

Finger Desserts



June Bare   Kay Bartel   Liz Beckwith    Julie Bittner   Mary Blauvelt  

Nancy Caperton   Lucille Digges   Wanna Ernst    Millie Faucett   Sue Kitchin  

Ann Mahan   Ingrid McLaughlin    Ceci Meffert   Betty Natoli  

Linda Odonuf   Kathy Quale   Marsha Ripplinger   Gladys Schmitt  

Beverly Turner   Linda Verhagen   Sandra Wagaman


Number of Guests: 30

Price Per Person:  $35.00


Steppin’ Out


“Steppin’ Out with My Baby” for an exciting, romantic evening of fun and entertainment!  Begin the evening with champagne and hors d’oeuvres at the Terry Dean Dance Studio on the downtown mall.  Each participant will wine and dine at one of Charlottesville’s favorite restaurants: The Downtown Grille, Fleurie, Hamilton’s, Metro, or Oxo.  After dinner we will return to the dance studio for coffee and desserts.  Now it’s time for romancing!  Terry will teach the seductive rumba, the elegant waltz, and the jazzy foxtrot as well as other popular ballroom dances.  Don’t miss the fun!


Saturday, March 15, 2003

5:30 p.m.

The Terry Dean Dance Studio



Champagne and Hors D’oeuvres

Various Dinner Menus

Provided by Each Restaurant

Wine and Beverages

Desserts and Coffee



Pat and Dan Atkins

Faith and Bob Bedford

Maggie and Jay Bourgeois

Charlee Channing and Brian Chase

Mary and Peter Eades

Roxanne and Colin Hagan

Marilyn and John Helleberg

Connie and Larry Hund

Helge and Tom Kangur

Barbee and Brian Kennedy

Karen and Scott Knierim

Gail and David Krese

Sheila and Ed Lawson

Betty and John Lyon

Cece and Wille Meffert

Phyllis and Bill Ross

Elise and Barry Schleifer

Zan and Jerry Short

Pam and Tom Starkey

Kathy and Mike Wesson

Keith Woodard

Joan and Jim Wright

Sandra and Nelson Yarbrough



Number of Guests: 60

Price Per Person:  $70.00


Tribute to Old Hollywood


Step back in time to the glitter and romance of a bygone era.  Dress as your favorite starlet or leading man from any era of Hollywood’s past or, if you wish, just come and mingle with the stars.  Let the music remind you of some of the greatest movies of our time while you enjoy dinner and drinks in your own spotlight at the Omni Hotel.


Friday, March 21, 2003

7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

The Omni Hotel


A Dinner Buffet

Caesar Salad with Foccacia Crouton and Reggiano Cheese

Medallions of Beef Tenderloin with Merlot Sauce

Spinach and Gruyere Stuffed Chicken Breast

Pasta with Marinated Shrimp, Asparagus, Tomatoes, and Basil

Harvest Blend Rice

Broccoli and Cauliflower Au Gratin

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Chocolate Torte

Wine and Soft Drinks



DJ Music



Olivia Branch

Anne Tilney Brune

Tish and Al Byrne

Brenda and John Frizzell

Kelly and Michael Gray

Mary and John Howerton

Barbee and Brian Kennedy

Karen and Walt Levering

Susan and Paul Levine

Linda and Bill MacIlwaine

Zan and Jerry Short

Beth and David Sutton

Jane and Bryan Thomas

Beth and John Vanda

Fotini and Foti Vavelidis

Alison and Daniel Walden

Karen and Bryan Wright


Number of Guests: 68

Price Per Person:  $60.00

Cash Bar Available


Afternoon with the Athletes


You are invited to lunch in the President’s Box at Scott Stadium, followed by a “behind the scenes” look at Cavalier athletics.  Get a peek at places not usually available to view – the Hall of Fame room, the press box, the players’ locker room and more.  No visit would be complete without photos and autographs of your favorite UVA athletes and coaches.  Bring the whole family or your favorite sports fan, and don’t forget your camera and autograph book.  Wahoowa!


Saturday, March 22, 2003

12:30 p.m.

Scott Stadium

The University of Virginia




Hot Dogs

Chicken BBQ

Chicken Fingers



Green Beans, Roma Tomatoes, and Potatoes in Mustard Vinaigrette

Romaine Salad with Caesar Dressing

Brownies, Cookies, and Cake

Lemonade, Soda, and Juice



Karen and Chuck Bull

Lisa and Dana Clyman

Brenda and John DeMaso

Mary and Marc Dettmann

Debbie and Dick Fisher

Mary Margaret and Miles Frank

Jan and Jim Freeland

Ginnie and Pete Gillen

Anne and Al Groh

Susan and Ed Howell

Susan and Paul Levine

Beth and Ron Marcus

Susan and Paul Mintz

Judy and Frank Mueller

Ellen and Bob Pate

Mary and Doug Phillips

Kathy and Bob Rash

Jo and Bill Rowan

Susan Snyder and Robert Spekman

Janny and Harry van Beek


Number of Guests: 125

Price Per Person:  $25.00


Opera In The Vineyard


Enjoy a Sunday afternoon in the vineyard with music, wine, and hors d’oeuvres. You will be entertained with a delightful medley of operatic favorites and selections from Broadway musicals presented by The Opera Society under the artistic direction of Edmund Najera.


Sunday, March 23, 2003

3:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

White Hall Vineyards



Smoked Salmon and Dill Cream Cheese Pinwheels on Cucumber Coins

Tartlets Filled with Chèvre, Pesto, and Pine Nuts

Chèvre In Phyllo with Sweet Tomato Chutney

Pumpkin Muffins with Smoked Turkey and Mango Chutney Butter

Crostini with Tomato, Basil, and Fresh Mozzarella

Chocolate Mousse, Lemon Cream, and Raspberry Mousse Tartlets

White Hall Wines



Kathi and Ken Bergerson

Tish and Al Byrne

Edie and Tony Champ

Johanna and Derwood Chase

Pat and Ed Davis

Brenda and John Frizzell

Nancy and Bill Gordon

Carolyn and Thad Kelly

Jane and John Maddux

June and Bob Ooghe

Sarah and David Post

Jan and John Stalfort

Nancy and Mackie Tilman

Fotini and Foti Vavelidis

Karen and Bryan Wright

John Youel



Number of Guests: 70

Price Per Person: $45.00


Antique Roadshow


Surround yourself with beautiful antiques and oriental carpets at Prospect Hill, The Virginia Plantation Inn.  Enjoy an elegant lunch and learn about the qualities that distinguish valuable antiques.  Bring an antique of your own to be evaluated by Ken Farmer, the nationally recognized appraiser from the PBS program “Antiques Roadshow.”  Imagine the fun you’ll have seeing the treasures that others have brought.  Who knows, perhaps someone will bring a rarity without realizing it.  Perhaps that person will be you!


Wednesday, March 26, 2003

11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Prospect Hill, The Virginia Plantation Inn



Roasted Garlic Soup

Mixed Greens with Sliced Roasted Chicken


Chocolate Soufflé

Mimosas, Coffee, and Tea



Melissa Easter

Katie Hayes

Julie Keplinger

Elizabeth Kiser

Beth Marcus

Daisy Moga

Louise Monticello

Becka Pettygrove

Diane Stallings

Tammye Van Clief



Number of Guests: 48

Price Per Person: $35.00


Not Your Grandmother’s Tea Party


Chase away winter and welcome spring wearing your tea party finery.  Come with your child, grandchild, or borrow a young friend for this fun event.  The hilarious Miss Tea Party in her pink truck will amuse and inform children, ages 4-12, and their grownup escorts.  Along the way, you will learn about the history of tea, the making of a proper cup of tea, and other tidbits that have made tea a tradition.         


Friday, March 28, 2003

4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

200 Devon Road

Ednam Forest





Delectable Finger Sandwiches

Assorted Tea Dainties



Byrd Abbott

Cathy Baker

Maggie Bourgeois

Lynn Hamer

Margaret Hamer

Bonnie Wood

Sandra Yarbrough


Number of Guests: 50

Price Per Person:  $20.00

Children must be accompanied by an adult


Pavilion Parade


Mr. Jefferson’s Academical Village will be the setting for this “moveable feast”.  You will visit four historic pavilion homes on The Lawn of the University of Virginia.  Begin with cocktails in Pavilion I; then walk to three other pavilions to enjoy progressive courses of this sumptuous dinner.  You will have the privilege of seeing The Lawn from a different perspective – a private walkway above the colonnades.  Amid the shadows of the night, you may feel the presence of Mr. Jefferson, a lover of hospitality and fine food, smiling on this pavilion promenade.


Saturday, March 29, 2003

6:00 p.m.



Cocktails – Pavilion I

Salad – Pavilion II

Entrée – Pavilion V

Dessert – Pavilion III



Carol and Gene Block

Theodora and Robert Carey

Christina Della Colletta and Mike Thrift

Sharon and Scott Donovan

Petie and Ernie Ern

Katharine Scott and Sandy Gilliam

Beverly and Bill Harmon

Jeanette and Wade Lancaster

Donna Plasket and David Breneman

Jill and Bill Rinehart

Shirley and Jennings Wagoner


Number of Guests: 40

Price Per Person:  $65.00


Garden Week Luncheon


This popular event will be held at Farmington Country Club, a stop on this year's Garden Week Tour.  Join us before or after you tour the Club grounds or other homes and gardens on the Historic Garden Week tour. Lunch will be served in the Terrace Room overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains.  Marlene Rombach, an expert in herbal treatments, will discuss the health and beauty benefits of the herbs in your garden. Come with friends or guests from out-of-town. Gentlemen, as well as ladies are welcome.

Wednesday, April 23, 2003

A Buffet Luncheon

Served from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

The Terrace Room

Farmington Country Club



Diane Bateman

Judi Bowers

Anne Tilney Brune

Tish Byrne

Brenda Cox

Jan Daggett

Mary Cameron Dawbarn

Grenelle Delaney

Karyn Dingledine

Brenda Frizzell

Sarah Frizzell

Heidi Gumble

Linda Hord

Barbee Kennedy

Cathy Kramer

Karen Levering

Ann Milnor

Sue Ann Morgan

Cass Morris

Peggy Mowbray

Ann Rooker

Josephine Sours

Beth Vanda

Kathy Wesson


Number of Guests: 50

Price Per Person: $25.00


Historic Albemarle Road Rallye


Explore the scenic byways of Albemarle in your favorite touring car.  Along with your driving gloves and goggles, be sure to wear your thinking cap, because subtle clues and tricky navigation are sure to challenge even the most intrepid of motoring explorers.  We will begin with road rules, a box lunch, and a wonderful display of vintage motorcars.  Then we’ll embark on a delightful road rallye, complete with stops at historic sites, country stores, artists’ galleries, and more.  Upon finishing the course, our band will gather to celebrate with music, prizes, libations, and a Virginia country picnic.


Sunday, April 27, 2003

11:00 a.m.

Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression

On Pantops Mountain




Boxed Lunch:

Gourmet Sandwich

Side Salad



Bottled Water


Virginia Country Picnic:

Fresh Salads

Assorted Meats and Pâté

Grilled Seasonable Vegetables

Assorted Cheeses and Breads

Dessert Plate

Beer and Wine




Carolyn and Mark Brandt

Andrea Doudera

Lizzie and Alex Dudley

Richard Freedman

Elinor and Ross Howell

Barbara and Jay Kessler

Anna and Jack Koester

Susan and Paul Levine

Joanne and Jeff McTague

Jessica and Reid Nagle

Caroline Nunley

Sharon and Joe Rozic

Sandy and Andy Stamp

Marilyn and Phil Williams

Kathie and Reg Woods


Number of Guests: 60

Price Per Person:  $65.00


Elvis Sighting


Put on your blue suede shoes, but leave your hound dog at home.  Join us for dancing and fun in honor of the King.  Dress as Elvis or come in period attire.  Let’s rock!


Friday, May 2, 2003

7:00 p.m.

Farmington Country Club



“Love Me Tender” Chicken

Jailhouse Mac and Cheese

Hound Dogs

Elvis’ Other Favorite Foods




Elvis Impersonator Contest

“The Real Elvis”

Lots of Elvis Music



Kim Armstrong

Kathy Bateman

Janice and Thom Brown

Penny and Paul Chernauskas

Barbara and Joe Chicurel

Jeanne and John Chamales

Joe Darr

Frani and Ed Demaio

Lucille and Ken Digges

Sharon and Scott Donovan

Jenny and Bud Edwards

Marylou and Dick Fowler

Debbie and Paul Gardener

Lila and Ernie Gurany

Robin and Mack Halsey

Martha and John Harris

Marilyn and John Helleberg

Matt Jenks

Susan and Mike Johns

J.C. Jones

Helge and Tom Kangur

Karen and Scott Knierim

Shirley and Myrle Langley

Mary and Byrd Leavell

Richard Lindgren

Betty and John Lyon

Laura Peters

Terry and Monroe Petty

Cindy and Bill Rich

Mary Jane and Alex Siedlecki

Rich Slobody

Irene and Jim Soderquist

Marian and Don Spano

Barbara and Jim Stone

Ramya Thiagarajah

Meredith Weiser and Mike Rosenbaum

Keith Woodard

Kristin and Peter Wray



Number of Guests: 125

Price Per Person:  $50.00

Cash Bar Available