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THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 2005
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Cathy D. Wahl

Summer Fun Fashion Show is May 19

Spring is full of wonderful and beneficial things to do — too many things to do.

Weekends are filling up with garden parties, brunches, teas and luncheons.

That's why the upcoming luncheon to benefit Hospice of the Valley has a welcome difference — it's during the week.

Summer Fun Fashion Show and Luncheon is set for May 19, at 11:30 a.m. at Central United Methodist Church in Decatur. Hospice of the Valley's Healing House community bereavement center will benefit from the $25 admission.

Make reservations as soon as possible by calling 350-5585.

Perhaps you've wondered what kind of clothing Frankie's and the new store La Bella carry. The luncheon and show is a great place to find out. The show also features children's clothing offered by more downtown Decatur stores — Eloise & Henry, Chick Pea and Tammy Eddy's.

Diane Scanland is coordinating the event. Jackie Grimsley of the Casual Gourmet will prepare a girl-appealing luncheon of chicken salad, broccoli nut salad, pasta or fruit salad, crackers and assorted desserts, iced tea and ice water.

Rachael Wiley coordinated the stores and is handling tickets. Robin Limbaugh will decorate the church's fellowship hall with a summer fun theme accenting children.

Lisa Eyster has collected wonderful door prizes and silent auction items, including a hand-made quilt given to Hospice by a patient's family who wanted it to be used to do something good for HOTV.

Mary Lou Boyle and Kathy Tadlock will staff the registration table, Lori Ho-Tung and Cindy Heaton will oversee the silent auction bidding.

DHS cheerleaders

Decatur High School recently announced its cheerleaders for the 2005-06 school year.

Junior Varsity (ninth grade) cheerleaders are Haley Wenzler, Elizabeth Pettey, Georgia Gamble, Amelia Koenig, Lauren Sharp, Leta Woller, Ella Cauthen, Burgoyne Fite, Mary Virginia Sherrill, Jordan Adcock, Molly Carr, Rebecca Dubach, Shelton Godwin, Amber Church, Destiny Tatum and Maggie Gray. Becki Bryant will coach.

B-team (10th grade) cheerleaders include Hannah Hall, Sarah Cowhick, Anna Laura Bryan, Anna Walraven, Mary Grace Propst, Sloan Stoffel, Jennifer Lawrence, Brittany Pangle, Katelyn Ward, Mistye Torain, Brittney Matthews, Elizabeth Schuppert, Sarah Seabrook and Kate Doughtery. Sandra Putnam coaches.

Varsity (11th and 12th grades) cheerleaders are Jody Cowhick, Laura Pearce, Lindsey Jones, Emily Crampsey, Morgan Duffy, Rachel Lothspeich, Valerie Lynch, Tony Ballentine, Betsy Qualls, Haley Rutherford, Meredith Gray, Kathryn Matherly, Ginny Tyler Godwin and Melody Rankin. Earlene Busby is currently coaching.

Top local Greeks

Several young people from this area recently won awards at the University of North Alabama's annual Greek awards banquet.

Kiel Adams of Ardmore, a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, is Inter-fraternity Council Man of the Year. Adams also was inducted into the Greek Hall of Fame.

The Order of Omega, a national honor society for top Greek leaders, invited Katie Berry of Hartselle to join. Katie is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha.

Sarah Minnelli of Decatur, a member of Alpha Gamma Delta, was recognized for achieving a cumulative grade point average of 4.0.

Shelly Brenenstall and Sarah Pigg, both of Decatur, will serve as recruitment counselors in the fall.

Call your "Chatterbox" news to Cathy D. Wahl at 350-6983 or mail to 1225 Regency Blvd. S.E., Decatur, AL 35601. Fax to 350-6983 or e-mail to cathy.d.wahl@decaturdaily.com.

Cathy D. Wahl Cathy D. Wahl
DAILY Staff Writer

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