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Christmas in Alicia Storbeck’s childhood home meant annual traditions sprinkled with a few surprises. “We’d have the annual decorate the gingerbread men to sell at craft fairs to earn extra money to pay for Christmas presents, but we also loved to give pranks,” says Alicia. “We’d do an ugly sweater swap with extended family. My dad worked hard to surprise my mother, who hated surprises,
Fall 2017 means sorority rush for thousands of Auburn University freshmen. Young girls visit the 17 houses to determine a place among the Panhellenic established. For the alumnae, time stretches and thins memories. Sorority sisters now catch up at Bid Day when their daughters run screaming with paper in hand, announcing placement. Many alumnae will try to recite their mission statement, having to google the
By Christy Kyser Truitt and Wade McKinney On May 7, 2016, the horses at Storybook Farm in Opelika will share the spotlight with their four-legged counterparts in Kentucky as the non-profit equine center hosts its annual Kentucky Derby dinner and auction fundraiser. Founder Dena Little is excited about the event. “This year marks our eighth annual Derby event. It gives us the opportunity to raise
By Kate Asbury Larkin For most of the world, Bo Jackson is known for his phenomenal athletic ability. For the “Bo over the top” (and into the end zone) play to give Auburn the win over rival Alabama in the 1982 Iron Bowl. For winning the 1985 Heisman Trophy, Auburn’s second Heisman (the first was Pat Sullivan in 1971). For his three home runs and
With an array of dazzling accessories and fine wines, the Wine, Women & Shoes soiree can seem like a fantasy evening from a Fairy Godmother, especially with handsome Prince Charmings presenting designer slippers on silver platters. The second annual Wine, Women & Shoes event is scheduled for Oct. 2 at the Moores Mill Club with all proceeds benefiting the EAMC Foundation Cancer Center Breast Health