A Piccadilly of fire and ice


Cheryl Bluhm, left, and Kristy Fisher laugh at their pink-and-blue accessories before taking their turn with the Selfie Mirror from Scarlett Lens Photography during Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala hosted by the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce in the MEC Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The 2016 theme was “Fire and Ice,” which included decorations and the women attendees dressing in red and white attire.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Jessica Craig browses the multiple tables of silent auction items at Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala in the MEC Building. The event also included a live auction and a Piccadilly auction.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Jessica Buesing, owner of Scarlett Lens Photography, points out where the camera is in the Selfie Mirror as Jennifer Cromley, Ahrazue Wilt, Amanda Kallas and Denise Mayes pose for a group photo during Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Board President Karl Kramer applauds as he recognizes the tables of military women and spouses from Whiteman Air Force Base attending Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala in the MEC Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Angie Thomas welcomes the guests to the annual Piccadilly Gala hosted in the MEC Building as the women eat dinner from Table of 5 Catering.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Patricia Cotton covers an Oreo cookie in chocolate at the dessert bar’s chocolate fountain Thursday evening during the Piccadilly Gala.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Eddie Crouch helps Cindy Vlatterman, left, and Kyscha Martin check-in as they arrive at the MEC Building for the Piccadilly Gala.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Angelle Tibbets, left, tops off her salad as she finishes going through the Table of 5 Catering buffet line, which featured salad, garlic bread and pasta for dinner during the Piccadilly Gala. The women attendees could also stop by the dessert bar or the bar featuring wine from Wildlife Ridge Winery.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

The MEC Building is a sea of red and white as the nearly 200 women in attendance were dressed for this year’s Piccadilly Gala theme, “Fire and Ice.”


Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Cheryl Bluhm, left, and Kristy Fisher laugh at their pink-and-blue accessories before taking their turn with the Selfie Mirror from Scarlett Lens Photography during Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala hosted by the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce in the MEC Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The 2016 theme was “Fire and Ice,” which included decorations and the women attendees dressing in red and white attire.

Jessica Craig browses the multiple tables of silent auction items at Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala in the MEC Building. The event also included a live auction and a Piccadilly auction.

Jessica Buesing, owner of Scarlett Lens Photography, points out where the camera is in the Selfie Mirror as Jennifer Cromley, Ahrazue Wilt, Amanda Kallas and Denise Mayes pose for a group photo during Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala.

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Board President Karl Kramer applauds as he recognizes the tables of military women and spouses from Whiteman Air Force Base attending Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala in the MEC Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Angie Thomas welcomes the guests to the annual Piccadilly Gala hosted in the MEC Building as the women eat dinner from Table of 5 Catering.

Patricia Cotton covers an Oreo cookie in chocolate at the dessert bar’s chocolate fountain Thursday evening during the Piccadilly Gala.

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Eddie Crouch helps Cindy Vlatterman, left, and Kyscha Martin check-in as they arrive at the MEC Building for the Piccadilly Gala.

Angelle Tibbets, left, tops off her salad as she finishes going through the Table of 5 Catering buffet line, which featured salad, garlic bread and pasta for dinner during the Piccadilly Gala. The women attendees could also stop by the dessert bar or the bar featuring wine from Wildlife Ridge Winery.

The MEC Building is a sea of red and white as the nearly 200 women in attendance were dressed for this year’s Piccadilly Gala theme, “Fire and Ice.”

Cheryl Bluhm, left, and Kristy Fisher laugh at their pink-and-blue accessories before taking their turn with the Selfie Mirror from Scarlett Lens Photography during Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala hosted by the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce in the MEC Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The 2016 theme was “Fire and Ice,” which included decorations and the women attendees dressing in red and white attire.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD092316PiccadillyGala-1.jpgCheryl Bluhm, left, and Kristy Fisher laugh at their pink-and-blue accessories before taking their turn with the Selfie Mirror from Scarlett Lens Photography during Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala hosted by the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce in the MEC Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The 2016 theme was “Fire and Ice,” which included decorations and the women attendees dressing in red and white attire. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Jessica Craig browses the multiple tables of silent auction items at Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala in the MEC Building. The event also included a live auction and a Piccadilly auction.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD092316PiccadillyGala-2.jpgJessica Craig browses the multiple tables of silent auction items at Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala in the MEC Building. The event also included a live auction and a Piccadilly auction. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Jessica Buesing, owner of Scarlett Lens Photography, points out where the camera is in the Selfie Mirror as Jennifer Cromley, Ahrazue Wilt, Amanda Kallas and Denise Mayes pose for a group photo during Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD092316PiccadillyGala-3.jpgJessica Buesing, owner of Scarlett Lens Photography, points out where the camera is in the Selfie Mirror as Jennifer Cromley, Ahrazue Wilt, Amanda Kallas and Denise Mayes pose for a group photo during Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Board President Karl Kramer applauds as he recognizes the tables of military women and spouses from Whiteman Air Force Base attending Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala in the MEC Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD092316PiccadillyGala-4.jpgSedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Board President Karl Kramer applauds as he recognizes the tables of military women and spouses from Whiteman Air Force Base attending Thursday evening’s Piccadilly Gala in the MEC Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Angie Thomas welcomes the guests to the annual Piccadilly Gala hosted in the MEC Building as the women eat dinner from Table of 5 Catering.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD092316PiccadillyGala-5.jpgSedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Angie Thomas welcomes the guests to the annual Piccadilly Gala hosted in the MEC Building as the women eat dinner from Table of 5 Catering. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Patricia Cotton covers an Oreo cookie in chocolate at the dessert bar’s chocolate fountain Thursday evening during the Piccadilly Gala.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD092316PiccadillyGala-6.jpgPatricia Cotton covers an Oreo cookie in chocolate at the dessert bar’s chocolate fountain Thursday evening during the Piccadilly Gala. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Eddie Crouch helps Cindy Vlatterman, left, and Kyscha Martin check-in as they arrive at the MEC Building for the Piccadilly Gala.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD092316PiccadillyGala-7.jpgSedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Eddie Crouch helps Cindy Vlatterman, left, and Kyscha Martin check-in as they arrive at the MEC Building for the Piccadilly Gala. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Angelle Tibbets, left, tops off her salad as she finishes going through the Table of 5 Catering buffet line, which featured salad, garlic bread and pasta for dinner during the Piccadilly Gala. The women attendees could also stop by the dessert bar or the bar featuring wine from Wildlife Ridge Winery.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD092316PiccadillyGala-8.jpgAngelle Tibbets, left, tops off her salad as she finishes going through the Table of 5 Catering buffet line, which featured salad, garlic bread and pasta for dinner during the Piccadilly Gala. The women attendees could also stop by the dessert bar or the bar featuring wine from Wildlife Ridge Winery. Nicole Cooke | Democrat

The MEC Building is a sea of red and white as the nearly 200 women in attendance were dressed for this year’s Piccadilly Gala theme, “Fire and Ice.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_TSD092316PiccadillyGala-9.jpgThe MEC Building is a sea of red and white as the nearly 200 women in attendance were dressed for this year’s Piccadilly Gala theme, “Fire and Ice.” Nicole Cooke | Democrat
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