PARTIES EXTRA: SEPTEMBER 21, 2007--WILD FOR THE ZOO
IT’S A JUNGLE IN THERE…If all the wild animals at the Oklahoma City Zoo peeked in the windows of Deep Fork Grill last weekend, they’d see people going wild in their honor.
Guest chefs for Deep Fork, Lela and Mark Sullivan, planned a “Going Wild at Deep Fork Grill” gourmet dinner for friends and Dr. Sullivan’s favorite organization…the Zoo. A capacity crowd arrived to the beat of jungle drums and a drink called “Manatee Mojita,” a great lime and mint drink.
Toy zoo animals decorated the tables.
Among the partygoers were Jim Vallion, Linda and Bill Rodgers, Carole and Ed Kelley, Anne and Bruce Crum, Jeaneen and Bob Naifeh, Barbara and Jay Quillian, Libby and Morton Payne, Kathy and Russ Walker, Ann Alspaugh, Jane and Paul Austin, Bill Jackson, D’Arline McCubbin, Martha and Ron Bradshaw, Barbara and Ralph Thompson, Kathy Rodgers, Barbara and Bill Paul, Phyllis and Dan Stough, Linda and Ron James, Debby and Paul Dudman, Polly Nichols, Jenny and David Kallenberger, Susan and Pat Sigmon, Patty and Kent Cohenour, Susan and John Dobson, Susan and Mike McPherson, Barbara and Bud Beeler, Sonya and Terry Colberg, Marilyn and Jim Case, Betty and Herschal Crow, Lori and Dodge Hill. Marilyn and Bud Meade and Janice and Bert Castro.
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