Charity Ball

Saturday, December 8, 2018

8:00pm to 1:00am at the Chattahoochee Country Club

2018 Charity BallThe 67th Annual Charity Ball

Date: Saturday, December 8, 2018
8:00 pm to 1:00 am
Chattahoochee Country Club
Flavor Band

Tickets are $150 per couple and $75 for individual tickets and include dinner, two drink tickets per person and a signature drink. Tickets for sustaining members are $125 a couple.
*All donations above ticket value will be guaranteed a ticket to the event. If you have any questions please call our office at 770.535.1951.

No one under 21 is allowed admission into the ball.

Introducing the 2018 Charity Ball Belle Candidates

Marimartin Towns

Marimartin Towns
Representing Kiwanis Club of Gainesville

Marimartin Towns is the daughter of Craig and Havilyn Towns and the granddaughter of Julius Hulsey and the late Harriett Hulsey. She is a senior at Gainesville High School and is excited to represent the Kiwanis Club of Gainesville in the 2018 Charity Ball. She is a member of the varsity cheerleading squad, yearbook staff, and Key Club. Marimartin was also selected for this year’s Youth Leadership Hall County. She is a member of First Baptist Church, a volunteer at Northeast Georgia Medical Center, and participates in Young Life of Gainesville. Marimartin is proud to be a Belle Candidate and happy for the opportunity to give back to her community.

Macie Lee ReevesMacie Lee Reeves
Representing Gainesville Rotary Club

Macie Lee Reeves, the daughter of Dennis and Valarie Reeves, is a senior at North Hall High School where she serves as co-captain of the Varsity Spirit Cheerleading Squad and president of both the Interact Club and Student Council. She is also a DECA officer and member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society, Secretary of State Ambassadors, FCA, Diamond Dolls, Key Club, and Pep Club. She currently maintains a 4.49 GPA as a UGA Merit Scholar and an International Baccalaureate diploma candidate. In her community, Macie Lee has volunteered with Junior Achievement, Mt. Vernon Exploratory School, Jostens Renaissance, The Pulsera Project, and Free Chapel, where she has been a member for twelve years. Macie Lee is excited to raise money for such a great cause!

Caroline GibsonCaroline Gibson
Representing Braselton Rotary Club

Caroline Gibson, daughter of Tony and Stephanie Gibson, is a Charity Ball Belle candidate representing the Braselton Rotary Club. She is a senior at North Hall High School. She has been a Varsity Spirit Cheerleader for three years and is a member of the BETA and Anchor clubs. She has completed her school’s STEM program and currently is part of the International Baccalaureate program and a part time Duel Enrollment student at UNG Dahlonega. Outside of school, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, working at Garment and Grace Boutique, and doing Zumba at Elevation Fitness. During her summers she spends her time volunteering at the Northeast Georgia Medical Center with their Teen Volunteer Program. After graduation, she plans on attending college and majoring in Biology. She is honored to be a 2018 Charity Ball Belle representative and is excited to help support our community by raising money to help childhood hunger.

Emma Kate ParkEmma Kate Park
Representing South Hall Rotary Club

Emma Kathryn Park is the daughter of Sterling and Amy Park and the granddaughter of the late James “Bubba” Park and Lydia Park, Patricia Park, Jim and Debra Bockman and Bill and Lucy Sanders. She has three younger sisters Lucy, Helen and Amelia. She is proud to be representing the South Hall Rotary Club. As a Junior at Lakeview Academy, Emma Kate is involved in the Mane Stage Productions, Varsity football and basketball cheerleading, the position of Junior Yearbook editor, the position of Historian for Troupe 3630, Chorale, Medical Scholars Program, FCA, Wyldlife leader, and is heavily involved in Young Life. Emma Kate attended Frontier Ranch Young Life Camp this summer. She enjoys staying active in school and her community. When she is not involved with her school activities, she enjoys spending time with her friends. Emma Kate hopes to attend the University of Georgia and pursue a degree in pediatric physical therapy. Emma Kate is honored to be a part of Charity ball as a belle candidate.

Jettie JonesJettie Jones
Representing Gainesville Phoenix Woman’s Club

Jettie Jones is the daughter of Chris and Mary Frances Jones. She is a senior at Lakeview Academy, where she is a member of the National Arts Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Association, InterAct Club, National Spanish Honors Society, National Math Honors Society, Senior Beta Club, and Featherbone Communiversity. She is also the President of the National Art Honors Society and a Co-Captain for the Varsity Basketball Cheerleading squad. Outside of school, Jettie works at 2Dog Café and attends First Baptist Church. After graduation, she plans to attend college and major in International Business and Fashion Merchandising. She is honored to be a Belle this year and give back to her community!

Mary Keys PayneMary Keys Payne
Representing Gainesville Jaycees

Mary Keys Payne, daughter of Hart and Jeff Payne, is the Charity Ball candidate representing the Gainesville Jaycees. She is a senior at Lakeview Academy. Mary Keys is a member of the Math Honors Society, Senior Beta Club, and a member of the Thespian Honor Society. She is a varsity football and basketball cheerleader and is a member of crew for theater. Outside of school she likes to hang out with family and friends, babysit, and volunteer at Sisu whenever she gets the chance! After graduating, she plans on going to college and majoring in Early Childhood Education. Mary Keys is honored to be a Charity Ball Belle and is excited to raise money for Feeding our Future, the Diaper Drive, and the Signature Grant Fund!

2018 Charity Ball Contributors

The Junior League would like to give a special thank you to our sponsors and in-kind donors for their contributions to the 67th Annual Charity Ball.