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Thursday, January 11, 2007


Businessman Roy Cary welcomed guests Monday evening to his palatial Cross Lake area home for a party toasting new Caddo School Board Member Dottie Bell.

Cary and Lavada Palms hosted the gala affair for Bell, who was sworn in a few hours earlier.

More than 100 made their way to Cary’s columned, two-story home via a long drive and then around a circular one.

Warmed by a roaring fire, they stayed late into the night.

Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover regretted via text message to his sister Roslyn Bryant, saying he had a meeting to attend in North Shreveport.

But Bell’s hubby, Lon Dell Bell, was by her side; ditto, her son and his family, Darrick and Chedez Kinchen, and their daughter, Krysten Kinchen.

And four of Bell’s eight siblings, all of whom grew up here: Shreveporters Lindell Anderson and Primous Howard Sr., Diana Jordan of Houston and Thomas Howard Jr. of Detroit.

Among others wishing Bell well: Morris and Beverly Johnson, George Patton, Sharon Penson, Sheryl Walter-Fuller, Diane Neal, Sam Gilliam and Wanda Mullone.


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