June 7, 2013

Cotillion season well under way

Dalton’s 2013 Cotillion season began with a Christmas tea at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Brad Snipes.  

Members named for this year’s Cotillion are Sarah Whitney Anderson, Rachel Barton, Chyna Beck, Mariel Broadrick, Kathryn Bryant, Vivian Butler, Anna Clark, Alli Cole, Torey Cope, Mary Chandler Crutchfield, Rebecca Davis, Rebekah Dindoffer, Emma Elrod, Katherine Johnson, Laura Knox, Katie Long, Ali McClure, Spencer McCraven, Malorie Noles, Emma Reigel, Brendie Rockholt, Allison Rogers, Audrey Sigmon, Annie Kate Snyder, Sydney Snyder, Abby Stuckey, Perla Trejo, Jordan Walker and Mary May Wilson.

The Cotillion board hosted a Mother-Daughter Luncheon at the Walden Club in Chattanooga on May 18. Following the meal, a program on the history of the Dalton Cotillion was given by Mrs. Mickey Long and etiquette tips were given by Mrs. James Turberville. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs. John Bryant, Mrs. William Duffie, Mrs. Mickey Long, Mrs. Clay Miller, Mrs. Brad Snipes and Mrs. James Turberville.

The Cotillion season culminates with the formal debutante presentation and dinner-dance on July 20 at The Farm in Rocky Face.


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