The club also bought 4 new bicycles, helmets and bike locks for the Women's Extension Center serving women with addiction recovery services. The bicycles will be used for the women to get back and forth to jobs once they have earned the ability to have a job. The bicycles were presented to the center director on Dec. 23 at a dinner prepared by April and Tony Hipps and Carol Ann and John Martin.
The members of the Daytimers Birthday club are: Margaret Adam, Nita Burge, Joanna Conyngham, Glynda Douglass, Jean Gysin, April Hipps, Carol Ann King, Robin Moore, Kathy Norris, Ginny Robinson, Lauren Sinclair, Janice Taylor, Gail Turner and Dorothy Woodruff.
Dec. 19 was filled with Christmas cheer and a chill in the air, as guests arrived at the lovely west Cobb home of Sylvia and Gene Barnes. The annual Christmas party was lively and bright, with the ladies in sequins and sparkling attire while the men sported suits. Beth and Marc Carver, Trisha and Bruce Jacobson, Sandy and Larry Williams and Joann and Tom Dinardo attended the event.
It was lively at the Leisy's Marietta home on Dec. 22 when families joined Claire and Bill Leisy and their children Davis, Kate, Ridley and Grant for a yuletide gathering.
Among those enjoying the holiday season: Ivette and Rolando Bascumbe, Mandy and Leigh Block, Claire and Brendan Crowley, Karen and Steve Fetter, Phylis and Gerald Kiker, Betsy and Mark Kill, Debbie and Chris Pike, Carla and Houston Snavely and Karen and Keith West.
Fashion spotlight of the week: Who needs sugarplums? Sylvia Barnes in a navy silk ruffled shirt with black satin skirt and rhinestone belt - a vision of stunning beauty.
Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She formerly practiced law in Marietta and now stays home to raise her two children. Send Sally news at sallylit @bellsouth.net. Call Sally at (770) 425-7122.