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The 2012 St. Petersburg Debutante Club ball is Dec. 28

The St. Petersburg Debutante Club's annual Presentation Ball is Friday evening in the St. Petersburg Coliseum. The spotlight for the annual tradition, which began in 1937, is on these 17 young women from south Pinellas County:

Jennifer Leigh Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Collins Jr., University of South Carolina.

Brendan Holland Fagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter John Fagan, University of Florida.

Sarah Elizabeth Fleming, daughter of John Stewart Lucas Fleming and Joanne James Russell, University of the South (Sewanee).

Sara Catherine Frawley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edwin Frawley, Florida State University.

Kelsey Leigh Fredrickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Fredrickson, University of Central Florida.

Caitlin Alexander Garnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Blanton Garnett Jr., Florida State University.

Elizabeth Blair Hancock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Timothy Hancock, University of Florida.

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

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

Kelsey Taylor Langston, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gregory Glenn Langston, Loyola University.

Peyton Kayla Lustig, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Alan Richard Lustig, Butler University.

Katherine Margaret Martinez, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Manuel Martinez, University of Florida.

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

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

Chelsea Marie Rowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis Rowe, University of Florida.

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

Carson Adele Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David cq if our scc is any indication/mimi Gilbart Williams, University of Florida.

The 2012 St. Petersburg Debutante Club ball is Dec. 28 12/22/12 [Last modified: Saturday, December 22, 2012 3:31am]
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