Hundreds sip, swing and mingle at Martinis & Music
by Sally Litchfield
September 08, 2013 12:27 AM | 1449 views | 0 0 comments | 20 20 recommendations | email to a friend | print
More than 460 people attended the last Martinis & Music at the Marietta Cobb Museum of Art on Aug. 16. Douglas Cameron provided the entertainment with hits of the big band era and a blend of swing. Metro Montage XIII and Folk Art Visionaries were on exhibit. Visit mariettacobbartmuseum.org for more information.

Swinging, sipping and seeing were: Mark Adams, Vicki and Greg Aghajanian, Melinda Ashcraft, Bob Barr, Gheri Barr, Holly Bass, Ann and Jim Bertsche, Barbara Boone, Edith Boy, Gordon and Deenie Branz, Ray Buday, Wendy Bunch, Mandy Burton, Steve Byrne, Lamar Cheatham, Pat Chilton, Meril Clark, Terri and Steve Cole, Nancy Couch, Marsha and Charlie Crowder, Andy Crowe, Minton Edwards, Joanne and Matt Flournoy, Tim Fox, Sarah Gaither, Tammy Galvis, Philip Goldstein, Nancy Grant, Terri and Jim Guthrie, Laura Hart, Tom Heyer, Leslie and Bart Henderson, Steve Imler, Stefan Kahl, Mary Karas, Mickey King, Joe Kirby, Beth and Chris Knife, Carly and Judson Langley, Adriane Larson, Kelley and Steve Lee, Emily and Harry Lembeck, Julianne and Byron Long, Sally and Hugh Macaulay, Mike Miller, Bill Murphy, Boozer and Julianne McClure, Robbie Parker, Julie Phillips, Doug Pisik, Tony Platt, Debbie Ponder, Lucia and Greg Poole, Angela and Cliff Poston, Mike Quinlan, Karen Reardon, Bert Reeves, Beth Sessoms, Mark Shamblin, Angela Shipp, Angela and Sam Shiromani, Beth and Brian Simpson, Johnny and Jill Sinclair, Bryan Stephens, Alice Summerour, Trapp and Peter Tischner, Jamie Vann, Steve Waldrop, Randy and Kelley Weiner, Robert Westbrook, Ray and LeighAnn Worden, and April and Scott Wright.

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Join Barbara Buxton at a book signing for her new release “Season of Innocence” about a girl who sees her 13-year-old black friend lynched. The signing is at Lee’s Crossing Subdivision clubhouse on Sept. 14 from 3 to 5 p.m.

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The Smyrna Jonquil Lions Club is collecting glasses for the needy. Collection boxes can be found at local Smyrna businesses such as Floral Creations, McEntyre’s Bakery, King Spring Baptist Church, Smyrna Community Center and Community Bank of the South.

The Lions Club, started in Chicago, Ill., is the largest civic organization in the world. It has 46,000 clubs in 207 countries. Visit www.lionsclubs.org for more information.

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Fashion spotlight of the week: In a bright canary yellow dress accessorized with a multicolored bead necklace — Rachel Byrd — sunshine on a cloudy day.

Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She formerly practiced law in Marietta and now stays home to raise her two children. Send Sally news at sallylit@bellsouth.net. Call Sally at (770) 425-8106.
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