A DROP OF TEA

The Compass - - OPINION -

— On Sun­day, Aug. 3, the New Har­bour Youth and Re­cre­ation com­mit­tee held their first an­nual vin­tage tea party. It was a lovely af­ter­noon as the ladies en­tered the el­e­gant tea room dressed in their finest, along with some very lovely hats. The China tea cups and saucers, along with a fresh ar­ray of flow­ers, adorned the room to made ev­ery­thing look beau­ti­ful. There were sweets and treats by the dozen and ev­ery­one en­joyed the af­ter­noon of fel­low­ship and fun. Some old friends were reac­quainted and many new ones were made. There was lo­cal en­ter­tain­ment as the ladies sipped on tea, en­joyed the desserts and chat­ted up a storm. Some even kicked up their heels with the great mu­sic pro­vided by Ma­rina Bon­nell, Ray Butt & Clarence Mol­lon And what would a Tea Party be with­out her Majesty Queen El­iz­a­beth? To con­clude the day, the Queen (stand-in) greeted each and ev­ery guest in at­ten­dance and posed for pic­tures.

– Sub­mit­ted by An­nette Hig­don Photo by Marilyn Crotty/Spe­cial to The Com­pass

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