Thursday, December 8, 2005

POLITICS: Party Time

Posted on Thu, Dec 8, 2005 at 4:00 AM

This is the time of year when people in the political world both kick back and kick in. Thursday night, December 8, was a typical holiday-season evening.

Mayor Willie Herenton had his annual Christmas party at the Cannon Center. Here, with Paula Jett and Kyle Rice.
  • Mayor Willie Herenton had his annual Christmas party at the Cannon Center. Here, with Paula Jett and Kyle Rice.

click to enlarge Probate Judge Bob Benham greeted a sizeable group of supporters/revelers at the Regions Bank headquarters on Poplar.
  • Probate Judge Bob Benham greeted a sizeable group of supporters/revelers at the Regions Bank headquarters on Poplar.

click to enlarge City councilwoman Carol Chumney partied at the Fox and Hound on Sanderlin. Here with campaign guru John Bakke.
  • City councilwoman Carol Chumney partied at the Fox and Hound on Sanderlin. Here with campaign guru John Bakke.

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