Auburn graduates plan to marry, settle in Marietta
by Sally Litchfield
March 01, 2014 10:00 PM | 2809 views | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
When Leah Page and Scott Andrews met in ninth grade at Kennesaw Mountain High School, they became fast friends but never expected to become husband and wife 10 years later. After both graduated from Auburn University, they soon made plans to marry in 2014.

On Feb. 22, Page and Andrews were honored at a cocktail buffet wedding shower hosted by Marie and Vic Corrigan, Stefanie and George Kramer, and Karen and Keith West at the Wests’ Marietta home. Carriage House of Marietta catered the affair.

Cathy and Mark Adams, Beth and Chris Andersen, Marian and Mike Andrews, Kim and Bender Betbeze,Susan and Bill Campbell, Sue and Brian Frislee, Julie and Danny Kleinman, Katie and Blake Masingill, Nancy Stowell, Liz and Dave Street, and Shari and Duanne Szalwinski joined the celebration of love and good times.

Page is the daughter of Joan and Donny Page and Andrews is the son of Mike and Cindy Andrews. A March 29 wedding is planned at Piedmont Church in Marietta. The couple will make their home in Marietta.


Do you need a little more closet space or would you just like the opportunity to help a Marietta High School student feel beautiful on her prom night? If you have a prom dress or multiple dresses you are willing to donate, please consider making a donation to the Dress Closet at Marietta High.

Drop the dresses off at the Marietta High front office, and they will take it from there by assisting students in selecting a dress. Any dress not selected will be donated to Becca’s closet on Whitlock Avenue where many of Cobb’s economically disadvantaged teen girls shop for dresses for school events.

Marietta High’s prom is April 11. The school is at 1171 Whitlock Ave.


Three mini-sessions will lead up to a day-long interactive Aging Summit on April. Cobb Senior Services starts its Aging by Design mini-sessions on March 4 at 7 p.m. at the Cobb County Board of Commissioners meeting room, 100 Cherokee St., Marietta. District Attorney Vic Reynolds will give a talk titled “Elder Abuse: Financial, Emotional and Physical Exploitation.” Most victims have been violated by a friend or relative. Reynolds will give an overview of elder abuse, the different types and how you can help.

All sessions are free and open to the public. Other upcoming sessions include “Alzheimer’s & Dementia” on March 18 at 7 p.m., “East Cobb Senior Center and Housing Options” on April 8 at 7 p.m. at the Senior Wellness Center.

Register and find details at


Fashion spotlight of the week: In a midnight blue gown with sweetheart neckline accented with lace and sequins — Shamichael Traylor of Marietta — timeless elegance.

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

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