Piano music, stories of personal tea cups and a five-course luncheon, along with some private readings, added up to a successful first tea party for the Summit Hill Heritage Center recently.
More than 20 women from the area enjoyed the festivities at the heritage center during the afternoon event, reminiscent of tea parties of yore.
"I consider this first event to be a complete success," said heritage center President Debra Ranck, who served as a hostess with Elnora Clay. "We wanted to have a nice event to celebrate Mother's Day and I think everyone who attended definitely enjoyed themselves."
Donnas Miller and Paige Rex were among two of the happy patrons.