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Some Pike County residents rang in 2013 at a disco inspired New Year’s Eve party in Brundidge hosted by studio 116. Early in the evening, festivities included a kids party and later, adults gathered for music and celebration at a disco that included a DJ, lights and smoke. As midnight arrived, a mirrored peanut descended to mark the beginning of a new year. Chris Rich and Sara Dismukes, studio 116 owners pictured top left, said they’d love to make the event an annual one.

Published 7:00pm Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Some Pike County residents rang in 2013 at a disco inspired New Year’s Eve party in Brundidge hosted by studio 116. Early in the evening, festivities included a kids party and later, adults gathered for music and celebration at a disco that included a DJ, lights and smoke. As midnight arrived, a mirrored peanut descended to mark the beginning of a new year.  Chris Rich and Sara Dismukes, studio 116 owners pictured top left, said they’d love to make the event an  annual one.

Some Pike County residents rang in 2013 at a disco inspired New Year’s Eve party in Brundidge hosted by studio 116. Early in the evening, festivities included a kids party and later, adults gathered for music and celebration at a disco that included a DJ, lights and smoke. As midnight arrived, a mirrored peanut descended to mark the beginning of a new year. Chris Rich and Sara Dismukes, studio 116 owners, said they’d love to make the event an
annual one.

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