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Jacque Kazemba, mother of the bride-elect, Hallie Kazemba and Sonja Dickey, mother of the groom-to-be, Christopher Dickey.

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Emerson McMinn

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Bridal shower honors Hallie Kazemba

Emerson McMinn celebrated her 2nd birthday over the weekend surrounded by her family and friends. Emerson is the daughter of Erin and Jacob McMinn. Here’s to many, many more wonderful birthdays, sweet girl.

Congratulations to the Marshall Academy Patriots baseball team on a huge conference win Friday against the Winona Stars. With two outs, two on base, bottom of the seventh, eighth grader Jack Whaley Smith stepped up to the plate. He hit a zinger to centerfield, drove in two runs and tied up the game. The game went into an extra inning and the Patriots came out on top, 10-9. If you enjoy watching baseball, check out the schedule and drop down to Marshall Academy to watch this fine group of young athletes in action.

Hallie Kazemba was honored with an Around the Clock bridal shower Saturday at the Kate Freeman Clark Art Gallery. Hostesses Mary Clay Brooks, Tammy Cupp, Lisa Shaw, Julie Strickland and Tish Summerlin greeted the brideto-be with a beautiful wristlet made of fuchsia sequins and multicolored ribbons.

Guests enjoyed a mimosa bar, bloody Marys with a plethora of add-ins and Kathy Clanton’s delicious coffee. Brunch food included a wonderful casserole, open-faced cucumber sandwiches and decadent bread pudding for dessert with a rich bourbon glaze. Hallie was showered with a multitude of gifts to be used during all times of the day. The hostesses presented her with six of her stemless wine glasses, which doubled as “vases” for the floral centerpieces on the tables.


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