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Debutantes set to emerge in Hinsdale

Published: Friday, Dec. 20, 2013 10:26 a.m. CDT

HINSDALE – The Hinsdale Assembly Ball is a culmination of the hard work, community service hours and philanthropy lessons learned for the young women representing Hinsdale Assembly. This year’s ball will be no different as 20 debutantes will be presented Monday at the Oak Brook Hills Marriott Resort.

Proceeds from this year’s Assembly Ball will kick off a $1 million contribution commitment to the new Hinsdale Adventist Outpatient and Cancer Center.

2013 debutantes

Hinsdale: Iliana Lyn Perez Blasdell, Avery Xerogianes Burridge, Elinor Lucy Chalmers, Elizabeth Eileen Cusick, Sophia JoAnna Dodd, Isabel Grace Gillespie, Christine Lanphier Hawn, Michelle Catherine Lozier, Alexandra McKay, Alison Claire Meland, Melissa Ellen Mohl, Margaret Marie Moore, Sarah Elizabeth Pircon, Morgan Rose Schumacher and Annalise Margaret Toth.

Burr Ridge: Caitlin June Salvino, Kathleen Joanne Tannura

Clarendon Hills: Kerry Kristine Grosshans, Alden Elise Leader

Oak Brook: Marirose Bernadette Weldon

2013 Honor Guard Members

Hinsdale: Robert Van Dyck Alter, John Henry Andrews, Edmund Chase Arima, John Theodore Claussen, Thomas Sinclair Concklin, Matthew Charles Dumon, William Joseph Enright Jr., Phillip Edward Gutman III, Peter Joseph Heneghan, William Henry Lagor IV, Richard Mark Lasek, Ryan Michael Lowe, Thomas Chandler Lynch, Thomas Clelland Moster Jr., Andrew Richard Pyle and Charles Frederick Stein

Burr Ridge: John Joseph Hardek, III, Theodore Joseph Kwasigroch

Clarendon Hills: Colton Thomas Justus, Joseph Patrick Morrison, John Louis Weinzelbaum 

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