Miss Alyssa Summerville Booth crowned Queen of the Holly Realm

From left are (front row) Moriah Lin Clarke, Giovanni Edith-Nicole Davenport, Margaret LaRoche Wilson, Haley Lynne Revere, Kyndal Brooke Dawson, Lauren Nicole Suchan, Elizabeth Claire Wilmore, Alyssa Summerville Booth; (next row) Wilson Leigh Throckmorton, Madison Adeline Holzmacher, Khadijah Najee Bea, Elizabeth Birdsong Carden, Reghan Layne Jones, Hannah Leigh Stout, Reilly Elizabeth Price; (next row) Marcia Elizabeth Swann, Morgan Kelly Wilson; (next row) Frances Warren Darden, Julia Wray Vanlandingham, 2017 Holly Ball Queen Trinity Dabriel Bea, Zoe Olivia Nonnemacker, and Shannon Tylor Baker.  Photo by Yours Truly Photography

Master of ceremonies and orator Montgomery Carter Deihl crowns Miss Alyssa Summerville Booth of White Stone Queen of the Holly Realm.

Photo by Yours Truly Photography

The downpours of the evening did little to dampen the dazzling spirits of the debutantes, their escorts and families, and the over 400 guests attending 123rd annual Holly Ball Friday, December 28.

Twenty-one beautiful young ladies were presented as debutantes in a glorious evening of wonderful drink and food offerings with excellent musical entertainment provided by the Kings of Swing, reported Ginny Crowther Ritter of the publicity committee. 

The beautifully festive venue of Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club near Kilmarnock provided the perfect setting as the splendidly attired guests enjoyed a glorious evening at the premier holiday social event of the Northern Neck/Middle Peninsula, said Ritter.

Reigning Queen Trinity Dabriel Bea, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tirelle Bea of Burgess, was resplendent in her reign throughout the evening. A student at the United States Military Academy, Miss Bea was escorted by Justin Kyle Washington of White Stone…..


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