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Leadership OKC Reunion, Fiesta Dinner
by Helen Ford Wallace Published: March 30, 2014

A REUNION GATHERING

Occasion: Linda Whittington was hostess for the 10-year reunion of Leadership OKC Class XXII. It was a casual evening with a Mexican theme.

Menu: Iguana Lounge catered mini-tacos, chips and salsa bar, with queso and guacamole, along with margaritas.

Program: Lots of catching up for the group from the last 10 years was on the agenda.

People: Also at the party were Steve Raybourn, Jim Roth, Doug Franklin, Cathy Blevins, Lissa Blaschke and Stan Chase.

FIESTA !

Party: Julie Martin and Bart Shelley were honored at a Fiesta Dinner Shower in the home of Teresa Shavney and Rick Knapp. Co-hosts were Cindy and Blake Arnold, Barbara and Bob Baumann, Jill and Tom King, Claudia and Jim Robertson, Marianne and Pat Rooney, and Carol Solomon.

Decor/menu: Colorful flowers, sombreros and pinatas were decorations, and Mexican fare was served for dinner.

Special guests: Jeannette Kern, Janell and Kevin Flanery, Laurie and Steve Shelley, Mollie Bennett, Whitney and Adam Rainbolt, Lisa and Mark Pierce, Shirley and Pete Everest, Lawre Everest, Tricia Everest, Tricia Law, Liz and Kent Hoffman, Laura and Reeder Ratlifif, Burch Fryer, Randy Polk, Teresa and Bryce Bauman were at the event.

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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