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2010 Debutantes


 

 

Ava VonSeco (Joshua Bettis)



Ava VonSeco is the oldest daughter of Mr. William Chester Bettenfield and Mrs. Mary Margaret Bettenfield (nee de l’Amour) of Canton, Georgia.  She is the granddaughter of "The Lady" Michel'le VonSeco and a direct decendant of Miss Cecile Beauregard de l’Amour of Birmingham, England.

Growing up in The Lassiter Trailer Park Community, Ava witnessed many injustices in this world, including the wearing of white after Labor Day.  Her life changed when her nanna, Doris, “won big” with a lotto scratch-off at the Texaco in Ball Ground, Georgia when Ava was just 14.  Much of the money was then used to send Ava to the Institut Villa Snootygirl, the prestigious finishing school in Switzerland.  While in Switzerland, she was taught the finer things in life and it was there, Ava decided to take the more elegant last name of her maternal grandmother, VonSeco.

Soon after graduation and armed with her new, refined education, Ava moved to the Atlanta area where she continued to witness many injustices, just as she did when she was a child.  It was then she vowed that she would put an end to suffering in the Atlanta area.  Ava has now become a debutante for the Atlanta Cotillion for 2010 and will raise money for HIV prevention programs and services for those living with HIV/AIDS.

 

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