I heard the 4th of July occurred last week. The holiday passed without a lot of fanfare for locals as much of the coast was experiencing a monsoon and public festivities were cancelled.
Not to be left out of a chance to celebrate, though, many came up their own ways to celebrate a rained-out holiday. Dana Saffel was one of those as she invited neighbors to her
Even in the rain, old-time
RoseAnn Knight celebrated the 4th by walking her second Atlanta Peachtree 10K in 1 hour and 29 minutes. She was pleased to report that was five minutes better than last year.
The night of the 4th, Lorre James's bird feeder in her yard off 393S was raided by a large black bear that ate all the bird feed and shuffled through stuff on her deck.
Carla Ravarino and Tracy Welker hosted a party last Wednesday night at their lovely
Mary Elsberry has made it back to her old stomping grounds in
Susan Benton's son, Reed, who is studying at
Ron and Colleen Friesen received some great news last weekend from their West Coast family. Their niece, Reina Almon, was just crowned Miss
Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa announces it has received the Pinnacle Award as one of the 2012 Best Hotels and Resorts from Successful Meetings magazine for the 10th time.
By the time you read this on Saturday morning, I will be with my three children in
Wish a "happy birthday" today to cupcake lady Jenifer Syed.
Sunday to Helen Geberding, and
Monday to Bud & Alley's Dave Rauschkolb, Debra Adams, jeweler Rock Hard, and Tony Lange.
Tuesday to Greg Bahr, and Robbie Carroll.
Wednesday to Suzanne Lagratta.
Thursday to Doug Liles, and Russell Carter.
And Friday to Edd Fleckenstein, Kristine Peterson, Darlene Kluck, and Geoff Chick.
Deborah Wheeler is the arts and entertainment reporter for The Walton Sun. She may be reached at 654-8443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Her Party Line column appears weekly in The Sun. Contributions are encourag