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Sip O the South strikes a little Halloween magic in Roswell
Bulloch Hall fundraiser a costume affair

by Hatcher Hurd

November 01, 2012

State Sen. John Albers, center, is in the middle of a time warp with a flower child (a.k.a. Kathy Kent) and of course, The King (a.k.a. Bob Hagan).HATCHER HURD.
Paul Chmielewski came to the Sip as a "one night stand." Just don’t ask him to take a seat.HATCHER HURD.
No talking politics at the Sip with Councilmembers Jerry Orlans and Becky Wynn and Brenda Orlans.HATCHER HURD.
What’s a pirate’s favorite letter? RRRarg, of course.HATCHER HURD.
Linda Bhame makes everybody smile.HATCHER HURD.
Don’t get too close to Miss Kitty.HATCHER HURD.
ROSWELL, Ga. The annual Sip O' the South gala at Bulloch Hall took on a decidedly spooky atmosphere as many guests in full Halloween fig added a special ambiance to the evening.

The largest fundraiser for one of Roswell's three antebellum homes owned by the city is hosted each year by the Friends of Bulloch Hall. The Greek Revival mansion was not only one of the first great homes of Roswell, it was also the site of the marriage of Mittie Bulloch to Theodore Roosevelt Sr., the parents of President Theodore Roosevelt Jr.