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MR. AND MRS. BRIAN QUINCY K1RBY
...Verma Laine Wright
Wright-Kirby Vows Spoken
In Pigeon Forge Ceremony
Brian Quincy Kirby of Ashevillc
and Vcrma Lainc Wright of Weaver
ville were married Sept. 3 at Moun
tain Valley Chapel in Pigeon Forge,
Tenn., with the Rev. Gerald Lucas
conducting the ceremony.
The bridegroom is the son of
Katie Robinson Kirby of Supply and
the late Joseph Bryan Kirby.
The bride is the daughter of Ver
non B. and Thelma G. Wright of
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Shallottc High School and is semi
retired from the military and Federal
Aviation Administration with the
Air Traffic Control Division. He is a
member of the Ashevillc Chapter of
Toastmastcrs International and the
Buncombe East Chapter of Gideon
International. He is currently em
ployed with Woodcock Ford Motors
in Black Mountain as a service asso
The bride is a graduate of A.C.
Reynolds High School in Ashevillc
and attended Asheville-Buncombe
Technical College. She is employed
with First Commercial Bank in
Ashevillc as operations officer and
has been in banking for 28 years.
She is currently serving as president
of the Western North Carolina Bank
Administration Institute. She was
1992 Woman of tlje Year for Sky-Hy
Chapter of the American Business
Women's Association. She also
serves on the board of Western
North Carolina Financial Security
Organization, United Way of Ashe
ville and the March of Dimes.
The couple is living in Asheville.
Meeting For Stroke
The Stroke Support Group of
Grand Strand Regional Medical
Center has suspended its November
meeting because of the Thanks
The group is sponsored by the
hospital to serve as an educational
forum and support group both for
those who have suffered a stroke
and their relatives or caregivers. It is
free and open to the public.
Meetings usually take place on the
fourth Wednesday of each month
from 3-5 p.m. in the hospital's class
For more information, call Bob
Clancy at (803)249-6134.
'Healthy Holidays" Theme
For Hospital Cooking Class
Loris Community Hospital will
sponsor a "Healthy Holidays with
Family and Friends" cooking class
on Thursday, Nov. 17, at 6:30 p.m.
in the Courtyard Cafe.
Linda Morrison, nutrition services
director, and other staff members
wili present cooking demonstrations,
and participants will receivc recipes
and hints and samples of prepared
hors d'oeuvres, finger desserts and
nonalcoholic beverages. Tickets are
$4 each. To register or get more in
formation, call the Community
Relations Dept. of Loris Community
Hospital at (803)756-9227.
Vows Said In California
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Williamson of
Ocean Isle Beach have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Temesia Anne, to Scan Donovan
Donnelly on Oct. 1. The wedding
took place at Blue Sky Estate in
Half Moon Bay, Calif.
The bride was presented in mar
riage by her cousin, u. Coi. Michael
L. Overfelt of Newport, R.I. Maid of
honor was Dcnise Spencer of
Phoenix, Ariz. Bridesmaids were
Diane Blaytock, Carol Hatrick and
Joy Swann, all of Marin County,
Calif., and Sarah Williamson of
Ocean Isle Beach, niece of the bride.
Flower girl was Jeanne Caroline
Coverdell, godchild of the groom.
Ken Coverdell of Half Moon Bay,
Calif., was best man. Roger Swann
of Marin County, Calif., was
groomsman. Ushers were Robert
and K.C. Coverdell.
The bride is a graduate of Chabot
College in Hayward, Calif., with a
degree in dental hygiene. She is in
nrivate nractice in Marin Countv.
The groom is a graduate of the
University of California at Davis
with a degree in economics. He is
employed as a technical specialist
by Levi Strauss and Company in
San Francisco, Calif.
The couple honeymooned on the
islands of Kauai and Maui, Hawaii.
They reside in Larkspur, Calif.
Vows To Be Said Feb. 1 1
Evelyn Nicole Nance, daughter of the late William Gordon Nance
and Joyce Aleta Nance of Boiling Spring Lakes, is engaged to be
married to Mark Wayne Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Hugh Phillips of Town Creek, on Feb. II, 1995.
Chinese Acrobats To Perform
On Thalian Hall Main Stage
The Incredible Acrobats of China
will bring history, pageantry and
feats of balancc and skill to the main
stage of Thalian Hall on Saturday,
Performances are scheduled for
10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
The show from the People's
Republic of China will be suitable
for families. A narrator will relate
the history of the ancient art, per
formed in China for more than 2,(XX)
years, while the acrobats bring the
feats to life on stage.
Directed by Li Jian, director of the
Zhu Ma Dian Acrobatic Troupe,
each part of "The Legend of the
Chinese Acrobats" is authentically
costumed, choreographed and scored
according to its historical setting.
Among the feats to be demonstrat
ed are the Pagoda of Bowls, juggling
on a tall unicyclc, wire-walking,
flagpole juggling, barrel contortion
and "Juggling of the Flying Trident
hv the Mtmkey King. "
Tickets arc S5 per person and arc
available from the Center Box
Office at 1-800-523-2820.
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MR. AND MRS. SEAN DONOVAN DONNELLY
...Temesia Anne Williamson
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, November 17
Gary High. Estell Millikcn. Doro
thy (Dot) Hoffmann, Donald Ray
Hewctt. Joseph M. Hcwctt III. Rcb
ccca Hcwctt. Cecil Ellis, Jerry I-anc
Caison, Kay Ludlum, Arthur Henry
Bridgets. Lois Morgan. Bob Watt.
Lois Worrell; Mr. & Mrs. Ld
Lemon. Allen & l-ana Rising, Jos
eph and Alice Long, Robert and
Friday, November 18
Gail Waid, Kascy Galloway.
Rhyan Elisabeth Norris, Corbie Hill.
Kay C. Batten, Frank Williamson.
Brandon Cheers, Doris Ross, Scott
Street, Donald Hughes. Margaret
Shclton, Daniel Manges, Eric Car
penter. Theresa Lyn Cheers, Roy
Mintz, David Rcvnos, Brandon
Cheers, Kasey Lane Galloway; Tina
and Jeffrey Carlylc. Arlenc and Tru
Saturday, November 19
Michael light, Laura McKcithan.
Kcndrick Prink, Betty Lynn Sellers,
Sue Blizzard. Alcinda Hankins,
Dcrinda Ward, Ray Pope. Jack
Hauser. Candy I. Caison. John Mar
shall Jr.; Gary and Judy Galloway,
Tommy and Angie Smith.
Sunday, November 20
Ronald Adam Estep, Jennifer
Mooncy, Shcp Culbrcth. Sheila
Spenccr, Vicki C. Buffkin, Mike
Stanley, Nicole Hewctt, Sherry
Holdcn, Gloria Barrett, Clara Carter,
Waller Jeffrey Carmichael; Wayne
& Debbie Sellers, Jack and Janice
Powell. Tom & Linda Roberts. Rev.
& Mrs. Bill Greer, l^ois & Seymour
Graifer, Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Smith.
Mr & Mrs. LB Cheers.
Monday, November 21
Angela Nunziato. Adam Estep.
Lois Brittain. Cory Ixnighran, Mar
queritc CarT, Mark Register, Christ
opher Philip Gore. Michael Sterling
Gore, Randv Etheridge. Betty Ra
hon. Deana Dcaver, Faye Cheers,
Aieck Alexion. Donald Varnam.
Ronald Vfcrnam. David Russ, Jim
Campbell. Margaret Avalon Eaton,
Vasco. Walter Scott Gibbs. Kenny
Smith, l^ouise Greene, Sammy Ja
cobs, Scott Babson. Ixhjisc Greene.
J Howard Branch. Sibyl Mclamb,
Randy Milazzo. Odell Williamson.
Mark Register, Cory Loughran.
Tuesday, November 22
Rebecca Perritt, Tina Burger.
Timothy Kyc, Like Fulford. Grant
Bullington. Kelly James Dorsett.
Bcrnic Tuggie. Anthony S. Can,
Susan S. Bennett; Mr and Mrs
Phillip Cheers. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
Wednesday, November 23
Keith Lohr, Anita Evans, Ralph
Frazier, Carey Robbins, Eric New
ton, Gee Gee Lewis, Anna Edge;
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Knopf, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Marec
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