1999-07-10 / Columnists

Dot On Roxbury

by Dotty Taphouse

Stephanie and Donald Feimer are the very proud parents of a baby girl Emma Marie Feimer who arrived on June 15, 1999 weighing six pounds, nine ounces and 19 inches long. D.J. and Matt, her twin brothers, are very happy with their baby sister Emma. The very elated grandparents are Billy and Jean Feimer and Frank and Dolores Meerman. Congratulations!

A Sweet Sixteen birthday party was held in Father Hession hall on June 26 in honor of Kim Rutter’s 16th birthday of July 9. It was a delightful party with delicious food drinks and birthday cake plus a good D.J. for dancing. Kim is the daughter of Teri and Kenny Rutter and granddaughter of Irene and Charlie Hettenbach. Family and friends all had a great time.

Showtime presentation of "Song and Dance of the 20 Century" was terrific. It was dedicated to the memory of the late Gene Gilroy (past musical director) at St. Thomas More’s hall. Marilyn McClean graciously was the musical director. Maryellen Barnes was the director and choreographer. Carolyn Bennett was the mistress of ceremonies and Claire and Janice Selleck were coordinators. There were many others who helped to make it a success. The performers, singers and the children were at their very best. The show was enjoyed by all!

The kiddies day parade in Roxbury was held on Saturday, July 3. There were races in the ballfields for the children in the morning. The winners received tee-shirts and prizes Amy Rutter and Brian Baumann won the bean guessing contest. The Roxbury Gladiola Band lead the parade through the beach and back to the ballfield for goodies for the children. The BOZO club was the lead club this year and they were assisted by the Mayors Committee Club and the Catholic Club. A perfect day for the parade.

Happy Birthday John Heesemann-July 8.

Love Dot.

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