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On the town: St. Petersburg Debutante Club, St. Anthony's Hospital Foundation's Medallion Gala

State Rep. Darryl Rouson and wife, Angela, enjoy their time at the Medallion Gala at the Renaissance Vinoy Resort.

St. Anthony’s Hospital Foundation

State Rep. Darryl Rouson and wife, Angela, enjoy their time at the Medallion Gala at the Renaissance Vinoy Resort.

5.19.2012

Members of the St. Petersburg Debutante Club hosted their annual coffee at the longtime home of the late John and Betty Knowlton, honoring 2012 debutantes and their mothers.

Following are the names of the young women who will be presented in December, their parents and educational pursuits:

Jennifer Leigh Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Collins Jr., who is studying business at the University of South Carolina.

Brendan Holland Fagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Fagan, architecture at the University of Florida.

Sarah Elizabeth Fleming, daughter of John Stewart Lucas Fleming and Joanne James Russell, sociology at the University of Florida.

Sara Catherine Frawley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edwin Frawley, communication science and disorders at Florida State University.

Kelsey Leigh Fredrickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Fredrickson, finance at Southern Methodist University.

Caitlin Alexander Garnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Blanton Garnett Jr., fashion merchandising and product development at Florida State University.

Elizabeth Blair Hancock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Timothy Hancock, business management at the University of Florida.

Lindsay Leigh Heyman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heyman, communications at Clemson University.

Kara Ann Hudgins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Scott Hudgins, telecommunication at the University of Florida.

Kelsey Taylor Langston, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gregory Langston, psychology and criminology at Loyola University.

Peyton Kayla Lustig, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Alan Richard Lustig, arts administration and theater at Butler University.

Katherine Margaret Martinez, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Manuel Martinez, health science at the University of Florida.

Abigail May Nickens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy William Nickens, communications at Boston University.

Tayler Morgan Orobello, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Peter William Orobello, Kanakuk Link Year program.

Chelsea Marie Rowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis Rowe, studio art at the University of Florida.

Haley Constance Stroud, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mark Stroud, elementary education at Florida State University.

Carson Adele Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Gilbart Williams, telecommunication at the University of Florida.

5.05.12

The St. Anthony's Hospital Foundation's Medallion Gala, a salute to the annual triathlon and the spirit of sport, raised $158,000 for women's health services and sports medicine.

More than 300 patrons attended the event, which took place in the Palm Court Ballroom of the Renaissance Vinoy Resort in St. Petersburg.

Foundation executive director Robert Sherman and board chairman Michael Faehner greeted the crowd. Major sponsors included Radiology Associates of St. Petersburg, represented by Drs. Thomas Egan and Claudia Bundschu; Raymond James Financial, represented by Thomas and Leyla Tremaine; and Coastal Pulmonary and Critical Care, represented by Drs. Hudman Hoo and Warren Abel.

On the town: St. Petersburg Debutante Club, St. Anthony's Hospital Foundation's Medallion Gala 06/02/12 [Last modified: Saturday, June 2, 2012 4:31am]
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