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Couple honored at parties
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    Prior to their wedding, Teracie Jane Alderman and Pebe Lee Deloach were honored with several parties.
    The bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Sconyers, hosted a dinner party at their home in Swainsboro. Other hostesses included Glenda Grimm and Tommie Gambrell.
    A bridal brunch, hosted by friends of the bride, was held in the Avrett Room of the Statesboro First Baptist Church.
    Friends of the bride-elect hosted a miscellaneous tea at the home of Jane Young in Statesboro.
    The groom's aunts and family friends hosted a miscellaneous shower at the historic Train Depot in Bellville.
    Co-workers of the bride hosted a Cinco de Mayo party, in her honor, in the community room of the Citizen's Bank of Bulloch County.
    A dinner party was held at the home of Tracy Joiner and co-hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Mark Anderson.
    Friends of the bride and groom hosted a couple's party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Jones in Statesboro.

Bridesmaid Luncheon
    Teracie Alderman and her attendants were honored at a luncheon on the patio of Emma's Restaurant the day before the wedding. Helping host the event was Mandy Fortune and Tammy Peeples. Teracie chose this occasion to present her attendants with monogrammed bags and jewelry to be worn at the wedding.
    Bridesmaids' Breakfast
    A bridesmaids' breakfast was held the morning of the wedding for the bridesmaids and the honorary bridesmaids at the home of Julie McCurdy. Other hostesses included Becky Waters, Kim Rollins and Sandra Dickey.

Rehearsal Dinner
    Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Deloach, parents of the groom, hosted the rehearsal dinner for the bridal party, family and close friends in the ballroom of the Holiday Inn in Statesboro. Table centerpieces were flower arrangements of pink roses and floating candles. Guests enjoyed a delicious buffet dinner and were given slices of Claxton fruit cake to take home as a memento of the groom's childhood hometown.

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