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Sheree and Bob Whitfield celebrate daughter’s birthday at Painted Pin

Bob Whitfield, Jonell Whitt, Kathy, Mark Boykin, Tierra Fuller(BdayGirl), Sheree Whitfield and Val

Bob Whitfield, Jonell Whitt, Kathy, Mark Boykin, Tierra Fuller(BdayGirl), Sheree Whitfield and Val Photo Credit: Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Sheree and Bob Whitfield celebrated Sheree’s daughter’s birthday at Painted Pin in Atlanta on Miami Circle. Who knew such a fun place existed right in the heart of Buckhead? Sheree definitely put out the call to Cleveland so all her home town gal pals could join in on the celebration (and bowl on her team). Socialite and blog fashionista “Talking with Tammie” was there for the Cleveland hype and to celebrate, as well.

Bob Whitfield Talking with Tammie and Tierra Fuller (birthday Girl)

Bob Whitfield Talking with Tammie and Tierra Fuller (birthday Girl) Photo Credit: Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Tierra Fuller (birthday girl) couldn’t have chosen a more festive location for the celebration. There was a live three-man band that kicked out blues tunes and had the party rocking on their small dance floor. The food was great! I definitely reccommend the french fries and that tasty garlic sauce.

Sheree’s drink of choice for the evening was the Moscow Mule. Even though typically the spicy ginger makes this a wintery drink, the lime in the Moscow Mule makes it just as sublime in spring and summer, as well.

We also discovered that even though this was Sheree’s fourth time bowling, her spirit of competition kept her at the top of her bowling game. After Sheree got warmed up while still gracing the team with a spare, she became a force to be reckoned with. Tierra kept a low profile on the bowling floor and enlisted a couple of professional bowling league folks on her team. Boooooo! Check out the photos of Sheree’s bowling game after the cut.

Talking with Tammie, Sheree Whitfield and Mark Boykin

Talking with Tammie, Sheree Whitfield and Mark Boykin Photo Credit: Jonell Media PR via Steed Media