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2009 Debutantes

Lady Michel'le VonSeco (Michael Lammons)


Lady VonSeco will make her debut at the 2009 Atlanta Cotillion Ball. Sir G. Taylor Yarbrough, VXIII will serve as her escort. 

Lady VonSeco, “LadyBird” to most, is the daughter of the Reverend Aloqucious VonSeco and Lady Wilhellmeana VonSeco of Birmingham, England and Orleans, France. Born in Birmingham, England, Lady VonSeco has been an Atlanta resident for twelve years. A graduate of Constance Billard Preparatory School for Girls, she went on to earn a Journalism degree at the Mississippi College for Women, where she was President of Pi Beta Phi social sorority and headlined as Lady Macbeth in the student production of Shakespeare's famous play. Following in the footsteps of her Great Aunt Lady Bird Johnson, Lady VonSeco has dedicated her life to helping the unfortunate and disenfranchised. Lady VonSeco serves numerous organizations, including the CHRIS Kids Rainbow Program. The Rainbow Program assists GLBTQ teenagers in transitioning from homelessness into self-sufficient adulthood.  Lady VonSeco also worships at St. Mark UMC where she has been submitted for canonization as a living Saint. Lady VonSeco looks forward to her debutante season and promises to surprise and delight her supporters. As part of her personal commitment for the season, Lady VonSeco will tirelessly raise funds for AIDAtlanta.

 

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