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Hot Springs Life & Home magazine January 2017 : Page-9

Hot Springs Debs 2016 (entire Debutante Coterie): Front Row: Kandis Price, Cate Skinner, Madison Capps, Anna Carter, Katelyn Bondhus Back Row: Sophie Rudder, Elizabeth Snider, Ashlee Burgess, Shelby Powell, Lauren Irwin, Brittany Dooley The young ladies making their debut were: Miss Katelyn Michelle Bondhus , daughter of Colonel and Mrs. John Harrison Bondhus, who attends the University of Central Arkansas’ Schedler Honors College. She was presented by her father and escorted by her brother, Airman First Class John Michael Bondhus, who attends the University of Central Arkansas and serves in the Arkansas Air National Guard. Miss Ashlee Lane Burgess , daughter of Ms. Deena Burgess and the late William F. Burgess, who attends the University of Central Arkansas in Conway. She was pre-sented by her uncle, Grady Joel Bean, and was escorted by her brother, William Drexler Lee Burgess, who attends Lake Hamilton High School. Miss Madison Elizabeth Capps , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bullen Jr., who attends the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She was presented by her father and escorted by her brother, Hayden Martin Capps, who attends Lake Hamilton High School. Miss Anna Catherine Carter , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lane Carter, who attends the University of Central Arkansas in Conway. She was presented by Steven Daniel Lowry. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lowry and attends Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Miss Brittany Elizabeth Dooley , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Andes Dooley, who attends National Park College in Hot Springs. She was presented by her father and escorted by Joseph Douglas Ervin. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Ervin and attends Thomas Edison State College in Trenton, New Jersey. Miss Lauren Nicole Irwin , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Todd Irwin, who attends National Park College in Hot Springs. She was presented by her father and escorted by her brother, Steven Miles Irwin, who attends Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia. Miss Shelby Bryce Powell , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Edward Powell, who attends Lyon College in Batesville. She was presented by her father and escorted by Andrew Thomas Diehl. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Thomas Diehl and attends National Park College in Hot Springs. Miss Kandis Brooke Price , daughter of Ms. Tonya Price, who attends Henderson State University in Arkadelphia. She was presented by her grandfather, Mr. John Alden Aughenbaugh, and escorted by Jacob Aaron Lynch. He is the son of Reverend and Mrs. George Lynch and attends Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia. Miss Sophie Elizabeth Rudder , daughter of Dr. Katherine Hurst and Dr. James Kevin Rudder, who attends Saint Louis University in Missouri. She was presented by her father and escorted by Lance Corporal Zachary Allen Petry. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Petry and attends Coastal Carolina College in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Miss Caroline Cate Skinner , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Boswell Skinner, who attends the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. She was presented by her father and escorted by her brother, Johnathan Bryce Skinner, who serves as the Marketing Director for Advisor Services of America Group in Little Rock. Miss Elizabeth Suzanne Snider , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eric Snider, who attends National Park College in Hot Springs. She was presented by her father and escorted by Walker Dean Vaughn. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Vaughn and attends National Park College and serves in the United States Naval Reserves. (Debutante Sponsors) Libby Vines, Frances Iverson, Laura Gehrki, Shannon Ahlbrandt, Leigh Ann VanGorder, Stacey Pierce Debutantes making their formal debut into society with a grand curtsey. Katelyn Bondhus waltzing with her father, Colonel John Harrison Bondhus Brittany Dooley waltzing with her father, Mr. George Andes Dooley Hot Springs Life & Home | JANUARY 2017 | 9

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