PARTY LINE: 'Tis the season for parties

Party food

The luscious spread of food at Debbie Weant's home for her ladies' party.

Published: Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 10:18 AM.

The holiday party season has begun.

Debbie Weant held a ladies-only throwdown around her fire pit Dec. 4 at her Point Washington home. Her daughter Meg Castleberry and new grandson Captain, plus approximately 40 others attended and sampled some of Debbie's new dishes. Peggy Jones, Leslie Lee, Garner Chandler, Annie Lockamy, Jennifer Steele, Lisa Steeno, Lori Smith, and Suzette DeJarnette were some who enjoyed the hospitality and fun. Debbie does know how to have fun!

Also that night, Destin Jewelers hosted Bubbly & Bling to benefit Sinfonia. Maestro Demetrius Fuller, Jessica Proffitt, Steve Barber, Nancy Cottle, Kate Kelley, Angela Ragsdale, and Gerald Burwell were some who attended that.

George and Ann Hartley hosted an open house at their new restaurant offices in Eastern Lake on Dec. 5. Nancy Norris attended.  

Also last Thursday night was Walton County Chamber's monthly Business After Hours, held at Marlin Grill. Joe and Lea Capers, Ann Kief, James Johnston, Tresha Brown, Tiffanie Shelton, Lauren Gall, Jim Bagby, Jessica Jones, Jennifer Jones, Erin Ingram, and Wendy Ruggiero were some who attended. 

Florida Public Relations Association's annual Toast on the Coast benefit was held Dec. 6 at Justin Gaffrey's Seaside gallery. Christy Milliken, Lesan Gouge, Tracy Louthain, Sandy and Greig Buckley, Lanier Motes, Kelli Siler, Lorre and Bob James, Katie Johnson, Whitney Ladwig, Lisa Burwell, Demetrius Fuller, Lori and Shaye Smith, Tiffanie Shelton, Bridgette Mitchell, Mary Kay Samouce, Ricky Fannin, Geoff McBride, Jim Kain, and Bert Summerville-Kain were some who attended.

Santa Rosa Beach Club held its annual members' Christmas open house Sunday night. Keith and RoseAnn Knight, Hilary and Allen Butler, Lee and James Johnston. Rodney and Linda Rountree from Memphis , and Patricia and Steve Hawley attended.

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