Lots of parties going on all around South Walton

Published: Thursday, December 13, 2012 at 12:39 PM.

Saturday night was Children's Volunteer Health Network's annual Christmas party, held this year at Café Thirty-A. Kim and Keen Polakoff, Bob and Susan Dobes, Lorre and Bob James, Tom and Dana Saffel, Donna and Ed Macdonald, Coop and Peggy Jones, Tricia and Mark Northcutt, Jane and Greg Bahr, Patti Johnson, Sheree Williams, Linda Bruner, Linda Miller, Tom Rymer, Vickie and Ray Dollar, Lori and Shaye Smith, Fred and Linda Buehler, Dave and Barbara Lovell, Lisa Hinds, Sandy and Steve Weiner, and Dale Trice were some who attended the black-tie-optional event and danced the night away.

Santa Rosa Beach Club held its annual Christmas open house party at The Vue Sunday night. RoseAnn and Keith Knight, Peggy and Kent Lillie, Karen and Rick Schoonover, Jimbo Holloway, Lorene Gruzdis, Sharon Thompson, Greg and Beverly Schmitt, Claudia and Brad Droy, Betty Krika, Carol and Mike Stovsky, Nan and Rick Sroufe, Jim and Kathy Shepherd, Mary and Arno Lutz, Nan Ream, Donna and Ed Macdonald, Et and Jimmy Clark were some who enjoyed Chef Gio's lamb.

Tom and Dana Saffel held their annual "pink party" that same night. Brandon Saffel, Carol and Mike Stovsky, Donna and Ed Macdonald, Joe Serrato, Ladie Bea and Wayne Carlisle, Keen and Kim Polakoff, Georgeen Newell and Ken Golden were some who went and enjoyed all things pink.

Sergio's Little Italy at Uptown Grayton held a grand-opening reception and ribbon cutting Monday night and served some fab food and wine. 

Lane Rees attended Gov. Rick Scott's Christmas party at the Governor's mansion in Tallahassee.

Redd and Paul Vizard enjoyed a trip to New York City with Chuck and Barbie Goins. They saw "Wicked," attended a comedy club, did open mic night at Birdland's Jazz Club and general touristy stuff. This was Redd's first trip. She saw Anne Hunter in SoHo.

Mike and Angela Ragsdale also visited New York City.



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