PARTYLINE: Cattle Barons and Irish eyes

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Deborah Wheeler | The Sun
Published: Thursday, March 20, 2014 at 10:21 AM.

The rain held off last Saturday for the seventh-annual 30A St. Patrick's Day Parade and all its festivities at Gulf Place. Some locals who enjoyed the fun were Barbara Pierce-Smith, Rob Wood and Tonia Shatzel, Les Porterfield, Angela Ragsdale, Ashley Johnson, Chase Johnson, and Paul Vizard.

 Later that night, the opportunity to party continued for those so inclined, at the annual Cattle Barons’ Ball held at Sandestin's Linkside Center. The tables and dance floor appeared full and fun was in the air. Amber Wiebe, Betty and Don Hefner, Calvin and Mary Pat Cedarleaf, Chris Poate, Cory and Hilary Fosdyck, David and Lori Seering, Demetrius and Malpa Fuller, Donna Johns, Gail and Jim Murray, Jackie Ward, James and Rhonda Murray, Joe and Lea Capers, John and Colleen Riddle, John Stasko, Keith Howard, Lauren Gall, Lauren Magli, Mary Kay Samouce, Meg Warrington, Myra Williams, Nina Jeffords, Ray and Martha Jones, Robert and Marinella Monk, Ron and Gena Bolton, Ron Green and Lisa Morris, Sandy and Greig Buckley, Stacey and Mike Brady, Steve Barber, Steve and Lynn Dugas, Tim Krueger, Tom Hopkins, Wanda Duke, and Zandra Wolfgram enjoyed the evening.

Sandy Semerad threw a surprise birthday party for her daughter, Rene Endres, last Saturday night. Fletcher Isacks, Eve Emelianova, Lisa Miller, Philippe and Oli Petit helped the birthday girl celebrate.

The next night, Rene and Oli continued celebrating by taking in the Elton John concert in Pensacola from front row seats! Kathy Fly Bridges, Betsy Johnson, and Joyce Sunday also saw Elton Sunday night in Pensacola.

However, Ray and Vickie Dollar were willing to travel to Birmingham to see him at the BJCC, as did Scott and Cindi Cobine.

Shaye and Lori Smith, Allison Craft and Scott Henderson attended the opening of First Note at Seascape.

Michelle Uhlfelder visited the St. George Island Lighthouse.



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