Olivia Treece/Roby

Olivia Treece/Roby

Olivia Treece/Roby | Olivia Treece/Roby
Olivia Treece/Roby, daughter of Allison Treece of Union City and Sam Roby II of Baton Rouge, La., recently celebrated her 5th birthday with several parties. The first party was held at Kare Bear Preschool in Union City, where the honoree attends. A cake decorated with colorful “paint drops and splatters” and confetti and juice were served to the honoree; her teachers, Susan Scott and Debbie Fowlkes; and her classmates. The second party was held at “Wee Play” in Union City. A “Hannah Montana” theme was used. The young guests enjoyed playing in giant inflatable jumpers, climbing and sliding down long slides, jumping in jump ball pits and playing basketball games. A cake decorated in purple, pink and blue with a picture of Hannah Montana and her guitar, along with chips, dips, Cheez-It™ crackers and soft drinks, were served. The guitar on the cake held a container of lip gloss for the birthday girl. Attending were Katelyn Jones, Kaylee Daniels, Jon Brayden Powers, Russell Moore and Jonathan Stone, all of Union City. Others attending were her brother, Trip Roby; her aunt and cousins, Alisha Craddock, Kelsey and Brady and friend, Madison Vissering; and her cousins, Missy and Caleb Terrett, all of Union City. Also present were her uncle and cousin, Kent Treece and Benjamin Yates, who is a member of the United States Marines and had just returned to the states from a tour of duty in Iraq, both of Union City; and Danyelle Little of Obion. Her grandparents, Tommy and Mary Virginia Treece of Union City, hosted the party. Sending wishes were her parents and her grandparents, Sue and Tony Saragusa and Sam Roby II, all of Baton Rouge, La.; her uncle, aunt and cousins, Brad, Amy, Victoria, Clay and Chase Treece and her cousin, Kimberly Yates, all of Union City; Denver Storey of Troy; and her aunts and uncle, Joyce Lunsford and Marilyn and Pee Wee Thomas, all of Union City. The birthday girl and her grandfather Treece, who also celebrated his birthday, were honored at their home with a Mexican dinner of homemade enchiladas with cream cheese and all the trimmings. Birthday cake, brownies, ice cream and soft drinks were also served to family members. The honoree is the great-great-granddaughter of Wilma Treece, the late Totts Treece and R.S. and Elizabeth Hoffman, all of Union City. Published in The Messenger 5.28.08

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