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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, August 27, 1986, Image 10

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Wears Mother's Wedding Gown Susan Jo Moore exchanged wedding vows with Francis Gerard Palumbo August 23 at Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church, DeWitt, the Rev. Donald Brown officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Emerson Moore of DeWitt. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Palumbo of Mt. Kisco. Laura Hodge Moore, sister of the bride, and Sarah Lanzendorf were honor attendants. Brides­ maids were Sally Wallace- Moore, sister-in-law of the bride, Barbara Davis and Sybil Johnson. Marc D'Avola was best man. Ushers were Philip Palumbo, Michael Palumbo and Matthew Palumbo, brothers of the brideg­ room, and David Mareiniss Flower girl was Jessie Rose Moore, niece of the bride. Caitlin Grace Moore, niece of the bride, was ring bearer. Organist was Bette Kahler, and soloist was Adrienne Whiteley Moore, sister-in-law of the bride. The bride wore her mother's wedding gown of ivory satin with a chantilly lace bodice and imported ivory tulle covering the full skirt and forming pep- lums at the waist. The gown was designed with an off-shoulder scalloped illusion yoke, long tapering sleeves with satin but- Lesley TilTotson, a well- known Syracuse area performer • choreographer and 'movement therapist, will teach-- Inter- mediate and Advanced Ijazz Classes at Dani Riposo's IJance. and Aerobics Center beginning this fall. She also teaches Jazz at Uni­ versity College and the PerfeE/\ mance Arts'* Workshop-, at Cazenovia_College-Which culmi­ nated in a performance at the Opera House last spring. She re­ ceived a bachelor of science in recre itional therapy and dance from Indiana State University and Dance Therapy Training at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, N.Y. She has also studied mod­ ern and improvisational dance in New York and San Francisco. Four years ago, she. moved to Syracuse to accept a position as Movement Therapist at Hutch- ings Psychiatric Center. Duringl. th^- <summc|r^she taught\ dance .for \the CiVic r. Center Artsv .and3&uca^^ -4ng ^^^Pr6g ^ain^S^6\htoJ[b'o been involved with t1 ^e'£)^<?ers t Ensemble at the Metropolitan < /School for tHe^%|^/iSt *3Sx- v: perimentel TheatreiGrpUptCur- renjtly, slie: i;s eh^rjgogj ^plstng her own peKormanc^^chi^duled for November 6 at theEverson Museum.- ' Registration for fall classes is scheduled for 6 'to $ p.m. Sep­ tember 9 at the Dance and Aerobics Center at Cazenovia College. Ballet, tap, gymnastics, Kinderdance, low impact aerobics, Jazz & Tone and Workout will also be offered. For more information, call 655- 2231. Mrs. Francis G. Palumbo tons and chapel-length train. The bride's hat was designed with matching chantilly lace, ivory satin and fingertip illusion veil. The bride is a graduate of the College of Environmental Sci­ ence and Forestry and just com­ pleted her master's degree in science education at Syracuse University. She will teach sci­ ence in the Albany area. The bridegroom is a graduate of the College of Environmental Science and Forestry's School of Landscape Architecture. He is a landscape architect with C.T. Male Associates. After a reception at the Brewster Inn, the couple left on a trip through Nova Scotia. They will live in Albany. AR Luncheon Set You can be sure . . .if you insure with /c HI Ernst A Cooper, Inc. 226 Fayette Street, Manlius, N.Y. 13104 Across From the Swan Pond Tel: (315) 682-5141 — • ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE & BONDS • The annual National Society Daughters of the American Re­ volution Constitution Week luncheon will be hosted by the Betsy Baldwin chapter starting at noon September 13 at the Plainville Farms Restaurant, Cicero. Other NSDAR chapters par­ ticipating will be Comfort Tyler, General Asa Danforth, Owaghena and Fayetteville. After lunch Rosemary S. Nes- bitt will speak on \Our Ameri­ can Constitution 1787-1987.\ Mrs. Nesbitt, distinguished teaching professor in the de­ partment of theater at SUNY- Oswego, is listed in the Ameri­ can Bicentennial Research In­ stitute's publication \Library of Human Resources 1776-1976.\ Mrs. Nesbitt has written 15 plays for children and two his­ torical novels for children. She attended Syracuse Uni­ versity, where she earned her bachelor's and master's degrees. Among honors and awards she has received is the George R. Arents Pioneer Medal for Achievement in Education in 1975. Members and guests planning to attend the September 13 event must make reservations by September 6 with their chap­ ter regent. There is no charge for printing engagement and wedding announcements in this newspaper. Submit the information and photograph, if available, by 5 p.m. Friday before the publication date. 1986 Concert'Repertoire Thursday, August 28 JANACEK: Wind Sextet. \Mladf ROGSSEL: Joueurs de flute, Op. 27 SCHUMANN: \Fairy Tales,\ Op. 132 BEETHOVEN: Rano Trio, Op. 70, No. 2 • St. James Episcopal Church, 94 E Genesee St Friday, August 29 BRAHMS: Clarinet Trio in A minor, Op. 114 SAINT-SAENS: Caprice, Op. 79 DVORAK: String Quintet in G Major, Op. 77 • St. James Episcopal Church, 94 E. Genesee St. Saturday, August 30 MOZART: Sinfonia Concertante for Winds, K.297 BERLIOZ: \Les Nuits d'ete,\ Op. 7 BRAHMS: Serenade No. 2 in A Major, Op. 16 — Outdoor Concert — Rain Location: St. Mary's of the Lake, 81 Jordan St. Outdoor Concerts at Brook Farm, 2V2 miles south on Rte. 41A Concert'Imormatvovi All Concerts Begin at 8 p.m. Tickets Purchased at the Door. $6.00 General Admission $5.00 Students & Senior Gtizens 1986 Season Subscription: 12 concerts (entire season) • $48.00 8 concerts (Thursday & Friday evenings) - $30.00 For more information, write to: The Skaneateles Festival Box 385 Skaneateles, NY Mail ticket requests to Box 385, Skaneateles, NY 13152 or call 685-6744 — Skaneateles Festival concerts are made possible in part by a grant from the N.Y.S. Council on the Arts —

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