Harvest of Talents Spring for Tea this Saturday
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[April 17, 2012]
The Harvest of Talents for World Hunger
ministry will host the ninth annual Spring for Tea on Saturday in
the Lincoln Christian Church Fellowship Center. Doors to the tea
open at 10:45 a.m., and tea will be served at 11:30 a.m. The tea
menu features a special tea blend and a variety of sweet and savory
delicacies including traditional tea sandwiches and scones.
The annual tea has become a premier Logan County event.
will be decorated in a variety of styles and color schemes, with
each tastefully appointed with china, silver and crystal. Hostesses
graciously decorate the tables and serve the guests assigned to
Men in black will escort tea guests to their assigned tables. A
promenade of tables will precede the serving of tea. Music from a
string quartet will provide ambiance for the event. Following the
tea, a brief musical program will be presented, and door prizes
donated by local merchants and individuals will be awarded.
Special guests will include Nancy Jett, wife of Rick Jett,
executive director of International Disaster Emergency Service; Rita
Camden, bookkeeper, and Debra Tinkle, administrative assistant, as
well as Janet Bates, sister of Mrs. Jett.
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International Disaster Emergency Service, based in Kempton, Ind.,
is the recipient of funds raised at the annual Harvest of Talents
for World Hunger each October. IDES is a nonprofit organization that
seeks to meet the physical and spiritual needs of people in times of
All proceeds from ticket sales for the tea will become a part of the
29th annual Harvest of Talents for World Hunger, scheduled for Oct.
22. In the past 29 years the Lincoln event has raised over
$1,636,000 to aid in the fight against world hunger.
[Text from file received]