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Gracyn Elizabeth Callicott

Gracyn Elizabeth Callicott

Posted: Wednesday, July 29, 2009 8:01 pm

Gracyn Elizabeth Callicott | Gracyn Elizabeth Callicott
Gracyn Elizabeth Callicott, daughter of Lisa and Brent Callicott of Union City, recently celebrated her 5th birthday with two parties.
The first party was held at Pleasant Valley Preschool in Union City, where the honoree attends.
Cupcakes and ice cream were served to the honoree, her classmates and her teachers, Beth Brown and Karen Rawls.
Another party was held at Wee Play in Union City.
A garden theme was used. Guests were served cake, ice cream and drinks. Favors of ladybugs, butterflies and bumble bees were distributed to the young guests.
Attending, in addition to her parents, were her grandparents, Patricia Callicott and Barbara and Dr. Bill Horner, all of Union City; her aunts, uncle and cousins, Amy and John Horner, Angela Ryan and Alexis, Jacob, Olivia and Zach and Lisa Horner and Macy, all of Union City, and Amy Holloway and Brady and Madelyn, of Proctor, Ark.
Others attending were Jenny Virgin and Ella, Melanie Mitchell and Thorpe, Jennifer Durkee and Reagan, Jenny Cagle and Harris, Kitty Jo Graham, Claud Perry and Caleb and Nathan, Tab Ross and Emma, Jeff Crabtree and Kate, Amy Jenkins and Mimi Vance, Steve and Marcy Derrick and Kiah, Tatiana and Lakin, Brandy Tanner and Olivia, and Cindy Knox and Isabella, all of Union City.
Also attending were Lamonica Connell and Courtney of Martin, Christie Rodgers and Owen of Fulton and Missy Hicks and Avery and Mason of Troy.
Sending wishes were her great-grandmothers, Zelma Denton and Billye Horner, both of Union City, and Elizabeth James of Monmouth, Ill.; her grandfather, Lanny Callicott of Union City; her uncles, aunt and cousins, Jim Horner and Andrew of Union City, Byron Holloway of Proctor and Kim and Vesa Ponkka and Nicole and Victoria of Huntingtown, Md.; Mitzi and Terry Hailey, DiAnn Perry and Annie Grace Wade, all of Union City; Mckenzie and Christopher Baker and Elizabeth Jones of Troy; Elex Carter of Hornbeak; and Bella Black of Fulton.
Published in The Messenger 7.29.09

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