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Keathley Elliot Darnall

Keathley Elliot Darnall
Keathley Elliot Darnall | Keathley Elliot Darnall, David and Bridgette Darnall, Union City
Keathley Elliot Darnall, son of David and Bridgette Darnall of Union City, recently celebrated his 7th birthday with several parties.
The first party was held at the home of his grandparents, Bob and Betty Keathley of Union City.
The young guests enjoyed swimming in the pool and playing in the jacuzzi.
Dippin Dots, cake and soft drinks were served.
Beach balls and boogie boards were given as party favors.
Attending, in addition to his parents, were his brother, Alex, and his sister, Gracie.
Also attending were Walker Ross, Meg and Grant Kizer, Hayden and Nolan Wilson, John and Wilton Wade, Matthew Ryder, Luke Wohlfarth, Jackson Whaley, Will Hogan, Wade Clendenin, Noah Vise, Dawson Searcy, Riley Parks, Bryleigh Woodward, Gussie Parks, Sailor and Sloane Bearden, Bayleigh French, Claire and Olivia Tanner, McKaily Thomason, Lauren Kiley, Leonard and Abigail Phegley, Eli Jordan, Wilson and Kizer Harris, Pierce Kizer, Connor Terrell, Jacob Virgin, Halle Riley, Francesca Castro, Aleigha Beth and Aubree Keeling, Preston and Parker Little, Miles and Davis Odle, Elijah Casey, Jake Wheeles and Dylan Taylor, all of Obion County.
The second party was held at the Community Playground in Union City.
A Golden Labrador theme was used. A variety of picnic foods, soft drinks and birthday cake were served.
Attending were his parents, his brother and sister and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Keathley and Wilson and Judy Darnall of Hornbeak.
Others attending were Barry, Janet, Justin and Katie Keathley and Mark and Rhonda Coleman, all of Union City; Kevin, Anita Jerry and Aydan Darnall and Peyton and Ethan Lyons, all of Hornbeak.
Sending wishes were Bryan, Angie, Andrew and Matthew Keathley, Jeremy Keathley, James and Sylvia Williams, Sharon Ransom, Roger, Cindy, Hailey, Colton and Bryleigh Woodward and Bill, Susie and Camron Everett, all of Union City.
On the day of his birthday, the honoree enjoyed a lunch with his parents in the cafeteria of Union City Elementary School, where the honoree attends. Cupcakes and orange drinks were served to the honoree, his parents and his classmates. Treat bags were also distributed.
The last party was held at Chuck E. Cheese in Paducah, Ky.
Attending were his parents and his brother and sister.
Pizza was served and games were played.
Published in The Messenger on 10.10.07

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