The Fine Arts Foundation Debutante Class of 2019
On a perfect summer Sunday, Drs. Robert Breeze and Carol Foster-Breeze opened their Cherry Hills Village home replete with greenhouse, barn (where turkeys and chickens bonded and paraded in the barnyard), pond with koi and other fish, wine tasting stations, terrace and splendid grounds for the announcement of Fine Arts Foundation (FAF) Debutantes in the Class of 2019. Representing 11 different high schools, these 15 accomplished young women will take their bow to society Saturday, June 22, 2019. They are: Bailey Heejin Amspoker, Kent Denver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Amspoker of Denver; Grace Elizabeth Benedict, Heritage High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs L.D. Randy Benedict of Littleton; Ella Marin Brooks, Regis Jesuit High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brooks of Denver; Meghan McCahill Dudzic, Regis Jesuit High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dudzic of Greenwood Village; Hannah McCray Finke, St, Mary’s Academy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Finke of Denver; McKenna
Grace Gehrke, Cherry Creek High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Gehrke of Greenwood Village; Peyton Anne James, Golden High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul James of Littleton; Victoria Olivia Manuelita Long, Eaglecrest High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Long of Aurora; Brianna Tyler Newberry, Rock Canyon High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tye Newberry of Littleton; Riley Vaughan Noth, Highlands Ranch High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Noth of Highlands Ranch; Abigail Johnson Parobek, Valor Christian High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Parobek of Lone Tree; Barrett Gabrielle Small, Littleton High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Small of Denver; Theresa Elizabeth Steiner, Valor Christian High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Steiner of Littleton; Nyah Soleil Trujillo, Cherry Creek High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Trujillo, Jr. of Greenwood Village; Madeline Margaret Wilten, St, Mary’s Academy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilten of Denver. Victoria Long, Brianna Newberry and Abigail Parobek are legacies.
Debutante Meghan Dudzic and her parents Paul and Patricia Dudzic
2018 Ball Chair Kathy Roberts and 2018 FAF President Caroline Simpson
Ball Chair 2019 Stephanie Whittelsey, incoming FAF President Mary McNicholas and Deb announcement party hostess Carol Breeze
The Fine Arts Foundation Debutante Ball is the culmination of a full calendar of activities and special events for the debs and their parents.
The mission of Fine Arts Foundation is to enrich life in Colorado by supporting the arts. “We accomplish our mission of supporting the arts through grants that are awarded on an annual basis from the net proceeds of FAF’s fundraising events and programs – the Debutante Ball, the Annual Campaign Programs and the Citizen of the Arts Jubilee,” said current FAF President Caroline Simpson of the all- volunteer nonprofit. For further information: thefineartsfoundation.org.
2019 Citizen of the Arts honoree Sharon Martin with past Citizen of the Arts honoree Charleen Dunne in the greenhouse
The Small Family – Debutante Barrett with dad Timothy and mom Kiersa’. Photos by Scottie Iverson
Steve Edmonds and Daniel Kopnisky
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