PARTYLINE: Events bring in money for those that can't

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Alaqua's Laurie Hood and Sinfonia's Demetrius Fuller were the faces behind the beneficiaries of Artists for Animals.

Deborah Wheeler | The Sun
Published: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 02:11 PM.

The inaugural Artists for Animals held last Thursday night at Grayt Grounds of Monet Monet was a great evening. Lots of folks enjoyed yummy food at the chow stations, great wine, and seeing friends who came out to give in support of those that can't support themselves — helpless animals — as well as our Sinfonia.

Demetria McNeese, Hilary Butler, Greig and Sandy Buckley, Debbie Weant, Candace Abuvala, Laurie Hood, Lorre and Bob James, Cheri Peebles, Demetrius Fuller, Tommy and Barbara May, Franko Jackson and Eileen West, Nancy Gross, Lauren Gall, Carla Hard, Steve Barber, Kate Kelley, Phyllis Hasty, Jennifer Howard, Mary Jane Kirby, John Stasko, and Dennis Lichorwich were some who enjoyed.

Rosemary Beach Unleashed took over the town's main lawn last weekend with dogs and their owners enjoying the fun event. Chase Johnson, Jan Stevens, Malayne and Robert DeMars were some who enjoyed.

Gulf Place Homeowners held their November Mix and Mingle earlier this month at the new location of Pizza by the Sea. Those attending included Steve Bacon and Dianne Smith, Tom and Michelle Fillingim, Harry and Lassie Flowers, Sharon Thompson, Jimbo Holloway, Greg and Beverly Schmitt, Mike and Carol Stovsky, Brad and Claudia Droy, Lorene Gruzdis, John Spencer and Christine Agnew, Carla Ravarino, Jean Gentile, and Tom Saffel.

Barbara May hosted the November meeting of the Women's Art Network at her beautiful Grayton Beach home on Nov. 11.

Lori and Shaye Smith, Lauren Magli, Heather Tate, and Jim Bagby attended YP @ the Beach's Blind Wine Tasting last week at Celebration Hall.

Bill Freeze treated wife Cheryl to brunch at The Vue last Sunday for her birthday. Cheryl's son Dale Dalby and grandson Noah, as well as her daughter, granddaughter and her husband from Tallahassee came and surprised her.

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