Nine Rock Hill debutantes honored at tea

December 28, 2013 

Rock Hill debutantes honored were, front row left to right: Mary Campbell Kellett, Catherine Marie White, Sarah Grace Hicklin; second row left to right: Mary Hannah Neil, Rebecca Evans McGregor, Avery Parker Ellenburg; and back row left to right: Margaret Elliott Wilkerson, Catherine Alene Burnette, Leila Barron Hicklin.

ROCK HILL DEBUTANTE CLUB

Nine debutantes were honored Dec. 22 at the annual tea of the Debutante Club of Rock Hill at the home of Mrs. Michael Lloyd Cox. The tea marks the beginning of the debutante season.

Debutantes who were honored:

• Catherine Alene Burnette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Christopher Burnette of Rock Hill. She is a freshman at the University of South Carolina.

• Avery Parker Ellenburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott Ellenburg of Rock Hill. She is a freshman at Spartanburg Methodist College.

• Leila Barron Hicklin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Eugene Hicklin of Rock Hill. She is a freshman at Clemson University.

• Sarah Grace Hicklin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Marion Hicklin of Rock Hill. She is a freshman at Clemson University.

• Mary Campbell Kellett, daughter of Mrs. Susan Limerick Kellett and Mr. Howard West Kellett of Rock Hill. She is a freshman at the University of South Carolina.

• Rebecca Evans McGregor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Evans McGregor, junior. She is a freshman at Wofford College.

• Mary Hannah Neil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Keith Neil of Rock Hill. She is a freshman at the University of South Carolina Upstate.

• Catherine Marie White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leigh White of Rock Hill. She is a freshman at Gardner Webb University.

• Margaret Elliott Wilkerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wilder Wilkerson. She is a freshman at York Technical College.

Mrs. Jon Terrance Roueche is the 2013-2014 president of The Debutante Club of Rock Hill.

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