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PARTIES EXTRA! March, 2013 - Photo Gallery
Flowers and lanterns greeted guests at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace).
Russ Walker, Jim Buxton and Shari Buxton were at the Junior League Luncheon where Kathy Walker and Adelaide Liedtke were honored. (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace).
Jeary Seikel and Renee Vassar talk at the luncheon. Following the theme “Planting the Seed and Lighting the Way”, 170 Junior League members met for lunch at the Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club, and honored sustaining members, Kathy Walker, with the Mary Baker Rumsey Award and Adelaide Liedtke, with the Sustainer of The Year Award. Tables were decorated with white lanterns and candles, and bouquets of fresh tulips and other spring garden flowers. (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace).
Russ Walker and Katherine Buxton were at the event where Russ Walker's wife, Kathy, and Katherine Buxton's mother, was the honoree. (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace).
Place cards held blooming sprigs of rosemary. (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace).
Pomegranate spritzers were served and the stem of the glass held a sign saying "Cheers to Adelaide" and "Cheers to Kathy." (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace).
The chocolate dessert featured a candy mint with the Junior League logo. (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace).
Adelaide Liedtke talks at the podium. Both Liedtke and Walker talked about the Junior League and their experiences in the League and the community. (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace).
Kathy Walker closed her remarks at the Junior League luncheon wearing a fur cloche that the League’s first president, Mary Rumsey, might have worn. She won the Mary Baker Rumsey Award. (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace).