(Left): Shaunnessey Brooks Bewza

Tea parties held under stylish hats

Cache Creek's Pentecostal Church holds tea parties for young and old

About two dozen ladies and daughters participated in the Pentecostal Church’s first “Tea Party” held on Nov. 26.

The Cache Creek church plans to hold a “ladies and girls Tea Party” at least once a month in the church fellowship room. It is a lovely way for ladies of young and old to dress up in their finery, wear their big hats and enjoy a nice cup of hot tea and treats with, of course, good company.

We will be having theme Tea Parties as well and for the next Tea Party on Wed., Dec. 21 at 1:30 pm the theme is Christmas. Ladies are invited to bring friends and their own special tea cup, and feel free to decorate their table in the Christmas theme as we will have a prize for the best decked out table.

Anita Ladoski

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