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Twenty-one to make debut December 28 in 107th annual Holly Ball

The Debutantes     The Holly Ball Committee has announced the names of the twenty-one young ladies who will be presented at the 107th Holly Ball at Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club on Saturday, December 28, 2002.

     The committee is grateful to these young women and their families for honoring the tradition of the Holly Ball, thus perpetuating its existence and enabling The Tidewater Foundation to continue its charitable work in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula.

     The ball has long been an integral component of the seasonal celebrations in the Northern Neck and has contributed much color to the local folklore. It is hoped that this 107th Holly Ball will provide many fond memories for these young ladies, all of whom are full time college students.

     Miss Virginia Cooke Rittenhouse will reign as Queen of the Holly Realm. A student at Rappahannock Community College, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor Rittenhouse, III of Reedville, Virginia.

     The debutantes to be presented this year are Miss Anne Gilbert Chase, a student at the University of Georgia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll Chase II of Kilmarnock ; Miss Whitney Ann Dawson, who attends Virginia Polytechnic University, daughter of Mr. Stanley Whitfield Dawson, Jr of Kilmarnock and Mrs. Harriet Kirk Dawson of Weems; Miss Lindsay Diane Deitz, a student at Longwood University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Frederick Deitz, III of Heathsville; Miss Emily Carter Donofrio, who attends Randolph Macon College, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Joseph Donofrio of White Stone; Miss Taylor Michele Ellis, who attends Rappahannock Community College, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Franklin Ellis, III of Dunnsville; Miss Erin Joanne Eudy, a student at Christopher Newport University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brandt Edward Eudy of Kilmarnock. 

     Also making their debut this year are Miss Virginia Pauline Everett, who attends George Mason University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lee Everett, Sr of Hardyville; Miss Linda Kate Ficklin, a student at Longwood University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dorsey Ficklin, Jr. of Mechanicsville; Miss Mary Elizabeth Forrester, who attends University of North Carolina, Greensboro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevens Forrester of Lancaster; Miss Kathlyn Page Gwaltney, a student at Longwood University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paul Newtzie of Lottsburg; and Miss Elizabeth Rachel Harding, a student at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, daughter of Mr. Emerson Otho Harding, IV of Lancaster and the late Mary Keyser Harding, and grandaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Otho Harding, III of Lancaster. 

     Continuing the list of 2002 debutantes to be presented are Miss Marian Drew Hubbard, a student at Lynchburg College, daughter of Mr. Lloyd Benjamin Hubbard, Jr of White Stone and Mr and Mrs. Robert Clyde Sibley of Urbanna; Miss Margaret Lamb Johns, who attends the University of Virginia, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. William Lewis Johns of Warsaw; Miss Meghan Kristen Jones, a student at James Madison University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Steve Allen Jones of Heathsville; Miss Mary Katherine Landman, who attends Virginia Commonwealth University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ricky David Landman of Callao; and Miss Ashley Vaughan Moore, a student at James Madison University, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Jose' Alberto Valencia of Hardyville and Mr. David Maxwell Moore of Hardyville.

     Completing the list of 2002 debutantes to be presented are Miss Mary Burke Parker, who attends Virginia Wesleyan College, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parker, III of Tappahannock; Miss Nell Marie Pittman, a student at the College of William and Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reamy Pittman of Lancaster; Miss Heather Bryn Porter, who attends Elon University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John William Porter of Walkerton; Miss Gretchen Rae Urban, who attends Christopher Newport University, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George William Urban, III of Kilmarnock; and Miss Resi Elisabeth Williams, a student at Radford University, daughter of Ms. Katherine Chase Williams of White Stone and Mr. David Stewart Williams of. Burgess.


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