Three Antioch girls to hold joint Sweet 16 birthday party, Saturday night

Sweet 16 Birthday party

Three Antioch girls have decided to join together to celebrate their Sweet 16 birthdays, this Saturday night and wanted to let the world know.

Savannah Eve Thrower is the daughter of Brandon and Danyell Thrower. Savannah is considered a book-smart nerd, she loves to read and write. Savannah plans to one day, finish writing her own book and would love to share it with the world. She is nice and likes to make new friends. She also wants to pursue a career in photography and share her creativeness with the world.

Ajanna Malaya Williams Jamison is the daughter of Michael and Adeesha Jamison. Ajanna, who goes by AJ, is a student athlete who is on her varsity high school basketball team. She also works in community service and on fundraisers. Ajanna plans to attend a four-year college and major in forensic science.

Felicity Terezah Faith Scott is the daughter of Percy and Dannette Scott. Felicity has a very interesting taste in fashion. She has created her own personal style in which her goal is to represent how important it is to be an individual and unique. Felicity is also a student athlete as a member of her high school varsity basketball team, runs track, dances, is part of the yearbook committee, and is very active in church.

Happy Sweet 16 Birthday, ladies!

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4 Comments to “Three Antioch girls to hold joint Sweet 16 birthday party, Saturday night”

  1. Reginald Jamal Brown says:

    LMAO. Three Antioch girls holding their party in Brentwood?? Oh the irony. Lol

  2. Julio says:

    RJB, I hope their parents know they are writing the check. This worries me.

  3. Reginald Jamal Brown says:

    Not that I’d go, but really what is the point of announcing this on the news and then on the bottom add “invites only”. Oh I can go on forever regarding what happened with the blacks only AUSD ceremony invite, but let’s not go there.

    Back to the subject matter, why announce then invite invite only? Do they really think the people they don’t know and didn’t receive an invite would care?

    Perhaps I should start creating articles about trivial things in my life. I think I’ll start with the fact that last night, I had a good number 2 session in the bathroom. For those who want to see the loaf…. Invites only!

    Also today I purchased a new pair of shoes. Those who want to see them still in the box… Invites only!

  4. Julio says:

    Publicizing an “invite only” party is just inviting the unwanted. You will need armed guards even in Beautiful Brentwood.

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