Ringing in the New Year 'Round the Panhandle

Posted by  | December 28, 2010  at 11:59 AM  
With only four days of 2010 remaining, you may have already started making resolutions and setting goals for a new and improved "you" in the New Year, or perhaps you're just looking forward to New Year's Eve to cut loose and then contemplate checking into the Betty on Saturday. Whether you're looking for something fun, fabulous, and/or family friendly, here my picks for the best places to ring in the New Year in and around the Panhandle.


$10 Per Person
All-ages, No Alcohol, Food, Music, Dancing

Bavarian Inn - Shepherdstown
$95 Per Person
Dinner, Dancing, Party Favors, Champagne Toast, and Breakfast Buffet

Clarion - Shepherdstown
$45 Per Person
Cazhmiere, Cashbar, and Balloon Drop


$110 Per Person
10-Course Dinner and Complimentary Champagne Toast at Midnight

$10 Per Person
"Safest, Healthiest, Most Affordable, and Entertaining"


$64 Per Person, $120 Per Couple
Open Bar, Band, DJ, Champagne Toast, and Continental Breakfast at Midnight

$80 Per Person
Entertainment, Champagne Toast, and Continental Breakfast

Cheers to 2011!!!

Beauty and the Brew at Washington Street Gallery & Gift: Beer-Tasting and Gift Guidance for the Boys

Posted by  | December 13, 2010  at 3:46 PM  
This holiday season, Washington Street Gallery & Gift in Charles Town, WV, will debut two "Beauty and the Brew" special shopping events. Beauty and the Brew will give guys the opportunity to seek expert assistance in selecting the perfect gift for their lady friends, all while enjoying some tasty beverages. Tomorrow evening (12/14) marks the first event and will feature beers from Frederick's Flying Dog Brewery. See below for further details, and spread the word! Sorry, no girls allowed ;)

 Beauty and the Brew

December 14 and 21, from 5-8PM

Washington Street Gallery & Gift
235 W. Washington Street, Charles Town, WV

"Beauty and the Brew"
Makes Charles Town Debut

CHARLES TOWN, WV, Dec 6, 2010 -- A new Charles Town business has come up with a creative twist on holiday shopping. Dubbed "Beauty and the Brew," it combines a men's shopping night with beer-tasting.

"Who says holiday shopping has to be painful for men?" asks Susan Ford Pritchard, owner of Washington Street Gallery & Gift. "Beauty and the Brew provides the solution: expert advice on finding the perfect gift for the special woman in your life AND a beer-tasting." Artists from the gallery will be on-hand to advise men on gift items including jewelry, paintings, glass, wearable art, furniture, photography, pottery, ceramics and more.

"Our goal is to help the men in our area have fun finding the perfect gift," Pritchard says. The events will take place 5-8 PM on two evenings. Tuesday, Dec. 14, will feature beers from Flying Dog Brewery in Frederick. On Tuesday, Dec. 21, the gallery will offer a selection of imported brews.

Washington Street Gallery & Gift, located at 235 W. Washington Street in Charles Town, features the work of 50 local artists, artisans and authors. For more information, WStreetGallery.com or 304/724-2090.

Stop by Rock Hill Creamery's Open House for Free Coffee, Cookies, and More!

Posted by  | December 10, 2010  at 5:47 PM  
Saturday, December 11, from 1-7PM Rock Hill Creamery will be holding an Open House to showcase their new partnership with Black Dog Coffee. In addition to offering delicious ice cream, Rock Hill will now offer coffee and espresso drinks AND *drumroll* FREE Wi-Fi!!!!   I can't wait to sample some coffee and check out their new café setup!

What: Rock Hill Creamery Open House

When: Saturday, December 11 from 1PM to 7PM

Where: 13838 Apple Harvest Drive, Martinsburg, WV, 25403
 (just past the new Martinsburg Commons)

Why: Free Coffee, Hot Chocolate, and Cookies!

Packing Parties Throughout the Panhandle--Operation Christmas Child 2010

Posted by  | December 9, 2010  at 3:29 PM  
We shopped, we socialized, we packed--whether you packed one box or hundreds for Operation Christmas Child, you know that somewhere a child is anxiously awaiting a box that you packed. I delivered the shoeboxes from my "Champagne and Shoeboxes" packing party to Covenant Baptist Church in Shepherdstown, WV (one of the local collection sites, who also held a big packing party) and was amazed by the U-Haul filled to the brim with nothing but shoeboxes! Everyone at the collection site was incredibly friendly and very enthusiastic about the program. I was so inspired by the volunteers that when I left I instantly started thinking up ideas for next year.

I encourage everyone to pack a box for next year or even host a party! A special thanks to my dear friends who came to my packing party: I couldn't have filled the boxes without you! We had a blast sorting through all of our purchases and reminiscing about the toys and accessories we liked when we were young.

Girls world-wide love Lip Smackers, right?

We successfully packed 12 boxes full of treats for Girls between the ages of 10 and 14. The Operation Christmas Child website gives you the option to place a tracker on your box, so you can find out which country it goes to. I can't wait to see the places they'll go!

More packing party pics after the jump...

Don't Miss the Doors to Christmas Auction & Cocktails

Posted by  | December 7, 2010  at 3:37 PM  
Wednesday, December 8, from 5-8PM join Mainstreet Martinsburg and State Farm Insurance at the Historic Cohen Building for the first annual Doors to Christmas live auction and cocktail reception. Prior to placing your bid, you're invited to peruse the 22 wreaths and 6 themed trees designed by local artisans. Enjoy Christmas tunes from a local string quartet, and sample tasty treats from McFarland House and beverages courtesy of Martin's Distributing. The auction begins at 7PM sharp, so don't be late!

Small Business Saturday Special--Shelbeads of Martinsburg

Posted by  | November 27, 2010  at 10:17 AM  
As part of Small Business Saturday--an effort to promote independent brick and mortar businesses--Shelbeads of Downtown Martsinburg will be offering a special gift with purchase! Shelbeads carries a wide variety of fabulous, fun and affordable fashion jewelery as well as lots of other fun accessories. Today, when you shop at Shelbeads and spend at least $20 you will receive this bracelet FREE!

Stop by Shelbeads at 206 N. Queen Street Today from 10AM to 7PM to snag your special Small Business Saturday treat.

P.S. Shelbeads also offers layaway!

Finish Your Black Friday at Frederick's Shab Row Bistro and Wine Bar

Posted by  | November 26, 2010  at 10:51 AM  
Decompress from Black Friday madness this evening at Shab Row Bistro and Wine Bar in Frederick, MD. In addition to receiving 25% off your purchase, Shab Row Bistro will offer a variety of " big kid" activities starting at 7:30 P.M. On a day marked by long lines and crazy crowds, what better way to wind down than with good company, great food, and a class or two of wine?

See below for further details on this evening's festivities--Happy Black Friday!

Shab Row Bistro and Wine Bar Welcomes the Holiday Season

(Frederick, MD) Santa Clause will kickoff the holiday season in Everedy Square & Shab Row on Friday, November 26, 2010. Watch his horse-drawn carriage enter the square at 7:00 pm from the heated brick patio at Shab Row Bistro and Wine Bar. We will pour you a glass of French Bordeaux as you listen to the sounds of the holidays fill the streets of Frederick. Located between 2nd and 3rd Streets, Shab Row Bistro and Wine Bar hosts numerous Black Friday specials.

Start your savings in our Wine Shop with a case from the 400 varieties of wine imported from around the world in addition to the 55 imported and local beers. Receive 25% off your purchase. This discount also applies to single bottles. All shopping divas can bring their husband, boyfriend or male chaperone into the bistro for dinner and he gets his first cocktail for just one cent. If you haven’t become our fan on Facebook or signed up to receive our e-newsletter, then visit our website http://www.shabrowwine.com and share these upcoming specials with your friends and family to receive a Shab Row Bistro Black Friday appetizer specials.
Beginning at 7:30 pm Shab Row Bistro will whisk you and that special someone off in a free carriage ride around the square. Rides will occur until 9:00 pm and are available on a first come, first served basis. Our horse and buggy seats four to six people comfortably and will leave from the bistro about every 15 minutes. When you return from your carriage ride don’t forget to visit Everedy Square’s Accents, Aspire, Flight of Fancy, the Frederick Basket Company, I Made This! Pottery Studio and The Little Pottery Shop among other stores in downtown.

Doug Alan Wilcox and the Dickens Carolers will be singing holiday music throughout the day, among many other vocal performers. At 8:00 pm The Best Christmas Pageant Ever will be performed at the Cultural Arts Center. The Black Friday savings continue as Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott has evening deals for guests choosing to spend the special holiday weekend.Whether relaxed seated at café tables on the heated, red-brick patio or perched at the Zinc Bar in the warm, cozy bistro, enjoy Black Friday and Shab Row Bistro’s traditional bistro fare. The superior service will enhance your meal as the delicious and savory fall entrees ignite your palette. Shab Row Bistro and Wine bar is a hidden treasure tucked away in Everedy Square & Shab Row in downtown Frederick. Chef King and the staff have a table ready for you and your guests to make this new wine bar and bistro your favorite restaurant of 2010. To learn more about Shab Row Bistro and Wine Bar, please visit http://www.shabrowwine.com/, call 301.631.8102 or visit 221B N. East Street, Frederick, Maryland, 21701.

The 3/50 Project & Small Business Saturday--Shopping Local is "In" This Holiday Season

Posted by  | November 18, 2010  at 4:08 PM  
A Big Day for Small Business

This holiday season as you gear up for some serious shopping, the chicest thing you can do is shop local.  In an effort to support local businesses, American Express Open has declared the Saturday after Thanksgiving  Small Business Saturday.

One of the reasons I started this site, was to help spread the word about all of the incredible businesses we have right here in the 4-state area. In an effort to help promote Small Business Saturday I will be running a post next week on local businesses running specials for this event. So, if you are a small business owner running a promotion or if you know of any, please email me by Tuesday (11/23), so I can put it all together for a Pre-Thanksgiving post ( richele@prettyinthepanhandle.com

And while Small Business Saturday is just one day, don't forget the 3/50 project approach to supporting small, local businesses throughout the year. All you have to do is think of 3 independently owned stores you love, spend $50 per month locally, et voilà--you've helped save the local economy!

See below for more facts on the 3/50 project, and don't forget to email me those Small Business Saturday specials!

Veteran's Day Specials

Posted by  | November 11, 2010  at 8:38 AM  
As a special thank you to the men and women who have served and continue to serve out country, here are some of the Veteran's Day deals in the area. I've noted or link to full details, but most places will require a Military I.D. or other proof that you're a veteran. I'm sure there are more out there, so email me (richele@prettyinthepanhandle.com) what I've missed and I'll update this post throughout the day.

Spa Specials

Salon of Style* 
- All Haircuts $8 with Jessica
- Colors, Hi lights and Perms 40% Off with Jessica
- 45 Minute Massage (neck, back and shoulders) $35 with Cara
- Facials for $30 with Jessica

Dining Deals

Outback Steak House
- Free Bloomin' Onion and Beverage

- Free Entree from the Veteran's Day Menu

T.G.I. Friday's
- Buy One Entreé, Get One Free


- 10% Discount for Current and Former Military, as well as Immediate Family

Home Depot
- 10% Discount for Veterans Every Day!

Thank You!!!

*Must book appointment on Veterans Day, and appointment must be made within 2 weeks. Call 304 267 3051 must show military I.D or proof of veteran.

Festive and Fashionable First Friday at Kimberly's

Posted by  | November 4, 2010  at 10:24 PM  
Friday, November 5, from 5-8PM, Kimberly's in Winchester, VA, will be hosting a Festive and Fashionable First Friday affair with wine, cheese, and lots of pretty things. In addition to gawking at Kimberly's gorgeous Christmas displays, you'll also be able to peruse items from Scarpa Alta, Etcetera Clothing, and jewelry by Katie Manheimer.

When: Friday, November 5, 5-8PM

Where: Kimberly's
 Winchester, VA  22601

Host an Operation Christmas Child Packing Party

Posted by  |   at 1:29 PM  

There’s nothing like opening a new shoebox and glancing down at a fresh pair of stilettos that have yet to be marred by city sidewalks and sudden downpours. As time passes, though, so does that new stiletto thrill, and more often than not that same magical shoebox is tossed aside or trashed. But for a less fortunate child, a shoebox from Operation Christmas Child (OCC), can hold items that are much more magical than any pair of Manolos.

OCC is a Samaritan’s Purse project that delivers goody-filled shoeboxes to children around the world. You’ll also be able to track your shoeboxes to see where they go, and I think it’s safe to say that your shoebox will cover far more miles than your stilettos ever will. Collection week runs November 15-22, so if you don’t have any extra shoeboxes I think this is an excellent excuse to acquire a new one, right? Participating in OCC takes only 5 steps that, truth be told, are probably easier than walking in 5 inch heels.

1. Find a shoebox

2. Figure out if your box is for a boy or girl

3. Fill ‘er up!

4. Include a $7 donation

5. Find a drop off location by clicking here.

I will be hosting my own "Champagne & Shoeboxes" packing party next Saturday--I reorganized my shoe collection and have tons of empty boxes that need re-purposed! My goal is to pack at least 12 boxes for girls in the 10-14 range. So far I've found some great items on sale and have a few more tricks up my sleeve (i.e. mini friendship bracelet kits). If you have any ideas or know of any businesses that would like to donate some goodies, send me an email  (richele@prettyinthepanhandle.com) or leave a comment below. Also, if you host or attend a packing party, send me pictures and I'll post them on the site!

This article has been adapted from its original version as published on Shoetube.tv  

Tony's Flea Market--Moorefield's Best Kept Secret

Posted by  | October 29, 2010  at 2:24 PM  
Whether you're en route to one of West Virginia's notable national parks, checking out the new Route 55, or just out for a Sunday drive--you'll want add Tony's Flea Market to your itinerary. Located on Main Street Moorefield, Tony's is easy to find and there's a nice turnaround spot should you drive past, see something that catches your eye, and then decide to go back to check things out (not that I speak from experience or anything).

Tony's has a little of anything and everything, with some exceptional finds in the mix. Prices are very reasonable, and owner Tony Crossland is fantastic to deal with. I spotted a couple of mid-century chairs that I desperately needed, but couldn't quite fit in the Mini (story of my life). I discussed my dilemma with Tony, who had just the plan in mind. He advised that he would be in Berryville, VA, the next day if I wanted to find a larger vehicle and fetch them there since it's just a tad closer than Moorefield. Tony's plan worked flawlessly, and I am now the proud owner of two, early Herman Miller shell chairs that I snagged for $50 a piece! Fret not, I left plenty of great finds behind including two yellow Herman Miller chairs.

Tony's Flea Market
231 South Main Street
Moorefield, WV  26836

Frighteningly Fabulous Finds at Flowers Unlimited

Posted by  | October 22, 2010  at 3:51 PM  

If you've ever traveled through downtown Martinsburg, WV, you've probably noticed the always eye-catching window displays at 144 N. Queen Street--home to Flowers Unlimited. Yes they have awesome flowers, lovely arrangements, wreaths, etc., but they also have lots and lots of gorgeous little things. We at Pretty in the Panhandle, LOVE gorgeous little things!

This Halloween if you're looking for decorations that are as sparkly as they are scary, Flowers Unlimited is the place to shop. From shimmering skulls and spiders to candles that are macabre, yet marvelous, you may need a nearby skeleton to lend you a hand, just to carry your purchases!

Still looking for something festive to wear, that's not made of latex? How about a Halloween headband?! Don one of these with an all-black ensemble, and you'll certainly be the chicest trick-or-treater on the block.

For more information and to learn about in-store events be sure to friend Flowers Unlimited on Facebook!

Flowers Unlimited
144 N. Queen Street
Martinsburg, WV 25401

2010 Eastern Panhandle Memory Walk

Posted by  | October 21, 2010  at 2:25 PM  
Saturday, October 16, 2010, War Memorial Park in Martinsburg, WV, was the site for the Eastern Panhandle Memory Walk to benefit the Alzheimer's Association. Over 200 walkers--with ages spanning over 70 years--completed the one mile walk and raised over $23,000!

Coffee, juice, and breakfast treats were provided by Eight O'Clock Coffee, Chik-Fil-A of Martinsburg, Panera Bread of Ranson, and Martin's Grocery of Martinsburg. There was also a raffle for several prizes including a quilt made from Memory Walk t-shirts from previous years.

The walk kicked off with a moving rendition of the National Anthem
sung by Natalia Eyestone, and one couldn't help but notice several walkers wiping away tears as they looked upward towards the stars and stripes: it was a moment to honor not just this country, but the loved ones we were walking for as well.

Donations for the Eastern Panhandle Memory Walk are still being accepted, but at $23,000 (and counting!) this was the most successful walk the Eastern Panhandle has had to date!

While this year's walk is over, details are already in the works for next year's event, which will  be called the "Walk to End Alzheimer's." Our local chapter is always looking for volunteers, so if you're interested in helping plan next year's event please contact Pam Shriver at pam.shriver@alz.org --perhaps I'll see you at the next meeting!

More pictures from the Eastern Panhandle Memory Walk after the jump...

Washington Street Gallery to Host Equine Art Exhibit and Reception

Posted by  | October 14, 2010  at 5:16 PM  
Ruffian by Loretta Dovell Bailey
October 15, from 4-6PM, Washington Street Gallery & Gift  in Charles Town, WV, will be kicking off their Equine Art Exhibit by hosting a reception with featured artist, Loretta Dovell Bailey. Bailey is the official artist of the West Virginia Breeder's Classic, which will be held on Saturday, October 16, at the Charles Town Race Track--post time is 7:15 PM.

Bailey's work will be on display through mid-November with prints and note cards available for purchase.

Please see below for Washington Street Gallery's official press release for further information.

Equine Art Exhibit and Reception
Coincides With West Virginia Breeders Classics XXIV

CHARLES TOWN, WV, October 4, 2010 – Loretta Dovell Bailey, who has been the official artist of the West Virginia Breeders Classics since its inception 24 years ago, is bringing her work to Washington Street Gallery & Gift in Charles Town. Her exhibit will coincide with this year’s Classics, and will run from October 14 until mid-November. An artist reception will be held Friday, October 15, 4-6 PM, at the gallery.

“We are bringing back the tradition of holding an equine art exhibit in conjunction with the Classics,” Bailey says, “and I am very excited to have my paintings in Charles Town’s new gallery.” The gallery also will carry her prints and note cards, along with equine art by others. Bailey hopes to spend time actually painting in the gallery that Saturday afternoon, October 16.

The West Virginia Breeders Classics was begun in 1987 by Washington Redskins Hall-of-Famer Sam Huff and Carol Holden. For more than 10 years, an art exhibit had been part of the event. “We are delighted to host Loretta at our gallery, which is an all-local venue, and what’s more local than horses?” says gallery owner and horse-lover Susan Ford Pritchard.

Washington Street Gallery & Gift is Jefferson County’s only all-local gallery with work by more than 50 artists, artisans and authors. Located at 235 West Washington Street in the heart of downtown Charles Town, hours during the Breeders Classics weekend are: Thursday and Friday 12-6, Saturday 11-5, and Sunday 12-4. For more information: WStreetGallery.com or 304/274-2090.

2010 Apple Butter Festival

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October 9 and 10, Berkeley Springs, WV, hosted the 37th Annual Apple Butter Festival. While the bubbling vats of spiced apple butter may be the namesake for the festival, I must confess that the hog calling contest is what I'll be marking on my calendar for 2011. You may be familiar with the general hog call of "suey" but there is much more to this contest than a simple shout. This is definitely an event you have to see to believe. I had heard that the hog calling was one of the highlights of this festival, but was skeptical. I am a skeptic no longer...

A prize winning trio from Alabama took home
first place in the adult division, with a call complete with a kickline! The junior winner decided to harken his hog with demands of hunger--he really wanted some bacon. And one group of young ladies shouted suey and what do you know, but a piglet appeared!

This may have been my first hog calling contest, but it will not be my last. Who knows I may even participate next year :)

More pictures from the 2010 Apple Butter Festival (and hog calling contest) after the jump!

Girl Scout Council's 2010 Women of Distinction Luncheon

Posted by  | October 5, 2010  at 3:56 PM  
Wednesday, September 29, 2010, the annual Women of Distinction Luncheon was held at the Holiday Inn, in Martinsburg, WV. Each year the Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital recognizes several women in the Shenandoah Region for their outstanding contributions to the community, and who are seen as exemplary role models for girls (and women in general for that matter). This year's recipients were Betty Lou Harmison, Sheila Hamilton, and Becky Linton: I cannot do these women justice in listing their accomplishments, but you can read their profiles on the Girl Scout's website by clicking here.

Sponsors for this year's luncheon included the Bank of Charles Town, Pennington Auto, The Meltzer Group, and HMS Technologies. The banquet room at the luncheon was trimmed in aqua and white with arrangements of white calla lilies, carnations, and stargazer lilies on the tables. Guests were served broiled salmon in a dill sauce with steamed asparagus and a couscous mélange. In addition, each attendee received a gift bag complete with a box of Girl Scout cookies.

Proceeds from the luncheon will be donated to the Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship Endowment, which will benefit local Girl Scouts who have earned the Gold Award, by helping them fund some of their college expenses.

"The Gold Award is the highest honor that can be achieved by a Girl Scout. These girls have demonstrated a commitment to community service by meeting eligibility requirements, creating a unique project and dedicating a minimum of 65 hours to accomplish the project."

Former Women of Distinction recipients look on as this year's honorees are awarded their WOD pins.

More pictures from this year's luncheon after the jump!

Spice Up Your Weekend--Mainstreet Martinsburg's 6th Annual Chili Cookoff

Posted by  | September 29, 2010  at 3:07 PM  
October 2, 2010, from 3-7:30PM Mainstreet Martinsburg, along with Dan Ryan Builders, will host the 6th Annual Chili Cookoff. Culinary concoctions will be divided into several categories and judged accordingly; prizes will also be awarded for People's Choice and best booth décor. In addition to the Queen Street queue of chili chefs, this year's cookoff will also feature a variety of vendors and several live bands including Woodshed, Don Ohlsson & Friends, and The Smooth Cat Burglars. Adult beverages will also be available in the beer garden for those of the 21+ crowd.

Admission is $5 for all the chili you can taste: kids under 7 are free.

Can you handle the spice?

Retrodini Vintage Clothing & Oddities--I see the past in your future...

Posted by  | September 24, 2010  at 12:54 PM  
While many vintage stores just sell clothing and accessories, Retrodini offers shoppers the full vintage experience. Located in their new spot on North Washington Street in Berkeley Springs, WV, Retrodini sells everything from vintage clothing to kitchen wares to replica toys and trinkets. They also have a few snazzy pieces of mid-century futniture that I had my eye on, but given the limited room in my Mini Cooper, I would have had to leave my passengers behind, which was awfully tempting: just kidding!*

So what's the skinny on Retrodini?

Placement: There is definitely a lot to take in when you walk in the store. When
 you first enter your immediate reaction is to just stop and stare at everything in wonderment. Perhaps it's because I'm somewhat of a vintage junkie, but I pretty much felt like a kid in a candy shop--a 1950's candy shop that is. Everything is neatly arranged by size and category, but you'll still want to do a few laps of the store before you get down to serious shopping.

Prices: The prices here are definitely reasonable, even for the furniture. Also, when you make a purchase you receive a frequent shopper card: for every $5 you spend you receive a mark and after you spend $50 you get 15% off your next purchase!

Pieces: Did I mention I loved the furniture? Aside from the furniture, I saw some really neat kitchen accessories and linens, LOVED the hat selection, and I found a mint 1950's Saks Fifth Avenue dress that came home with me.

Retrodini alone is worth a trip to Berkeley Springs; however, next time I will be bringing a bigger vehicle, and perhaps taking some time to explore the rest of the town.

81 A North Washington Street
Berkeley Springs, WV  25411

*Sort of, maybe, not really :)

Bavarian Inn's 2010 Oktoberfest

Posted by  | September 21, 2010  at 5:51 PM  

Sunday, September 19, the Bavarian Inn of Shepherdstown, WV, held their 34th Annual Oktoberfest. The sounds of the Edelweiss Band played as the Bavarian Dance Club of Washington, DC entertained the crowd with a variety of traditional folk dances complete with garlands, anvils, a maypole and an Alpine Bell performance. The fragrant smell of German food filled the air, and beer options abounded. Whether you tested your dancing skills or just sat back and relaxed with your family, it was a truly perfect afternoon on the Potomac for a bratwust and a boot of beer.

Julie Collier, Dawn Marcoux, Loren Marcoux, and Greg Kennell

Karoly Tremmel, Elaine Mahoney, Colleen Tremmel, and Bob Tremmel

Kraeg Terry and Chelsea Hixson

Christy Workman, Jeremy Lee, Ashley Jaranko, Jonathan Workman,
Joy Lewis, Allison Nasteff, and friend.

Arlene Babb, Jim Funk, and Heinrich Babb

Sheila Evers, Leanne Smith, Dan Evers, Dede Kropf,
Chris Smith, Kristin Ringstaff, and Steve Stolipher

Cameron Gehrke and Lisa Park-Gehrke

Tony Price, Pete Lyon, Ally Heyser,
"Rusty Squeezebox" and Samantha Zurbuch

More pics from Oktoberfest 2010 after the jump!