, 2014


22 to make debut at 118th Holly Ball

The Holly Ball committee recently announced the names of 22 young ladies who will be presented at the 118th Holly Ball at 7 p.m. December 28 at Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club.

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The annual Holly Ball, the fundraising charitable arm supporting The Tidewater Foundation, was pleased to make a variety of contributions in 2013 and to many worthy entities in and around the Northern Neck and Tidewater areas, said publicity committee member Amy Humphreys.

The committee delights in observing these young ladies embrace a time-honored tradition and mission of preserving a philanthropic legacy of giving back, said Humphreys. The events hosted by the debutantes during the festive holiday season unite these women and foster a spirit of altruistic advocacy.

They also inspire the formation of new and genuine lifelong friendships among likeminded women who wholeheartedly endorse returning gifts bestowed upon them to charitable organizations, she said.

Miss Elizabeth Lee Rogers will reign as Queen of the Holly Realm. Miss Rogers, a student at Longwood College, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neale Rogers of Reedville.

The debutantes to be presented are Miss Rachel Lee Berger, a student at Radford University, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dandridge Ladell Pierson of Warsaw; Miss Lauren Brooke Brent, a student at Christopher Newport University, the daughter of Ms. Kimberly Ann Haynie of Lancaster; Miss Alexis Kendall Lee Bruzgul, a student at Virginia Tech, the daughter of Ms. Kendall Stoneham of Lancaster and Mr. Joseph Bruzgul of Orchard Park, N.Y.

Also, Miss Anne Austin Carden, a student at The University of Virginia, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor Carden Jr. of Charlottesville; Miss Taylor Nicole Childress, a student at Bridgewater College, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Britt Swann of Callao; Miss Caitlyn Louise Cralle, a student at The College of William and Mary, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Cralle of Callao; and Miss Somerville Gwathmey Glubiak, a student at George Washington University, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gerard Glubiak of Walkerton.

Also, Miss Olivia Grace Haase, a student of Mars Hill University, the daughter of Ms. Lisa Carol Crenshaw Haase of Hopewell; Miss Leanna Elisabeth Hall, a student at Virginia Commonwealth University, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Anthony Hall of Burgess; Miss Cassie Christine Haydon, a student at Rappahannock Community College, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Harding of Lancaster.

Also, Miss Lauren Brooke Hudnall, a student at Christopher Newport University, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Palmer Hudnall of Kilmarnock; Miss Elizabeth Spotswood Hudnall, a student at James Madison University, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hudnall of Wicomico Church; and Miss Sarah Grace Hurley, a student at Wofford College, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boyd Hurley Jr. of Urbanna.

Also, Miss Emma Kehlbeck, a student at University of California-Berkley, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kehlbeck of Marshall, Mich.; Miss Megan Grace Knight, a student at The University of Virginia, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwin Knight of Warsaw. Miss Elizabeth McCarthy, a student at Longwood University, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McCarthy of Dunnsville.

Miss Kathryn Gordon Passagaluppi, a student at the University of Mississippi, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Passagaluppi of Tappahannock; Miss Micaela Rowell Pittman, a student at Longwood University, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Pittman of Lancaster; and Miss Paige Nelson Pittman, a student at Rappahannock Community College, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Nelson Pittman of Lancaster.

Also, Miss Jessica Taylor Rew, a student at Bridgewater College, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Michael Rew of Heathsville; Miss Hannah Elizabeth Rogers, a student at Randolph Macon College, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ray Rogers III of Reedville; and Hannah Morgan Smith, a student at James Madison University, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Roger Smith of Kilmarnock.

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