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Helen Ford Wallace--Parties, Etc.---Jan. 13

New Year's Brunch, Mercy Foundation Board Party, AWC Luncheon
by Helen Ford Wallace Published: January 13, 2013


New Year's Brunch: The annual black-eyed pea New Year's Brunch was held at the JRB Art at the Elms Gallery. Guests checked out the artwork of Ford Beckman in the Main Gallery while enjoying Champagne, mimosas and Bloody Marys.

Menu/centerpiece: Black-eyed peas with condiments was one of the main dishes, along with ham and biscuits, vinegary Coleslaw, southern cornbread and deviled eggs. A bouquet of hydrangeas was on the buffet table, which was also set up in the Main Gallery. Desserts, including rum cake with whipped cream and strawberries, and dark chocolate and caramel brownies, were served.

Surprise guest: Judy Savage brought Rossi, her standard poodle. She has just written a book about the therapy dog and the book was available in the Art Gallery.

Guests: Kay and Andy Lasser, Bonnie and Bert Seabourn, Gwen and Rick Lippert, Joyce and Tom Stewart, Maryann and Bob McCaffree, Linda and Jerry Barnett, Lee Ann and Mike Nordin, Don Weaver, Lillie-Beth Brinkman, Betsy and Dub Brunstetter, Dorothy and Walter Hammert, Judy and Larry Kelley, Nancy and Bob Anthony, Jan Jeffrey, Barbara Broadwell, Gail Vines, Charlene Weidell, Sue Loftis, Sally Davis, Anne and Barry Gray, Kaye Adams, Beth Hammack, Cynthia Archiniaco, Carmen, Chelsea and Carter McBride.


Party: Members of the Mercy Health Foundation board met for a party at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. They were asked to wear vintage holiday outfits.

Decorations: Christmas trees decorated the tables, along with whimsical reindeer.

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by Helen Ford Wallace
Society Editor
Helen Ford Wallace is a columnist covering society-related events/news for The Oklahoman. She puts local parties online with daily updates. She creates, maintains and runs a Parties blog which includes web casts. She is an online web editor for...
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