of Talents adds new feature to this year's event
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Something new is coming to
the 30th Harvest of Talents for World Hunger. The committee for Spring for
Tea, a well-known Harvest of Talents spring event, is planning a new
offering at the 30th Harvest on Saturday, Oct. 26.
Harvest guests looking for a brief
respite from shopping or a few minutes to sit and chat with a friend
or renew old acquaintances will be afforded that opportunity.
Georgia Vinson, who chairs the new
Harvest area, aptly named Hospitali-tea, points out that while the
mini-tea will not offer all of the elegance of the Spring Tea, it
will provide tasty homemade foods accompanied by a Harvest blend of
tea, chosen for the occasion.
A variety of handmade tea-related
items will also be available for sale in the tea room.
Advance tickets for the tea will be
offered for four seatings: 10-10:30 a.m., 10:45-11:15 a.m.,
11:30-noon and 12:15-12:45 p.m. Tea tickets are only $5 each and may
be obtained at the office of Lincoln Christian Church. Purchasers
may choose their seating time when they purchase the tickets.
Vinson stresses the importance of
timeliness in arriving at the mini-tea, due to the number of
seatings available. She also noted that only a limited number of
tickets will be available for this Harvest event.
The mini-tea is being offered in
addition to the regular breakfast and luncheon menus and is intended
to provide an occasion and location to enjoy a bit of rest and
relaxation, accompanied by light refreshments and a cup of hot,
fragrant Harvest tea.
Those having questions may contact
Georgia Vinson at 732-9069 or Marcia Bidwell at 732-7772.
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The Harvest of Talents for World
Hunger is an annual fundraising event sponsored by Lincoln Christian
Church. Events begin at 7 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 26, and climax with
a 2 p.m. auction of several dozen handmade items, including quilts,
furniture, woodworking pieces and heirloom-quality needlework.
The final event of the weekend will
be a service of celebration at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, in the Earl
C Hargrove Chapel on the campus of Lincoln Christian University.
The public is invited and
encouraged to attend all the weekend events of the Harvest of