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Annual Cedar Springs Christmas Tea

Annual Cedar Springs Christmas Tea

N-Christmas-Tea-1The theme of the 2009 Cedar Springs Christmas Tea was Christmas Around the World. Guests were sent invitations in the form of passports, with their destination being the home of Beth and Allan McGahan on Algoma Ave. Their travel date was Saturday November 21, 2009.

The more than 170 guests were met at the door by one of the eighteen “tour guide” hostesses who directed them to see the home and enjoy cookies, punch and Red Flannel Tea. The house was beautifully decorated with a giant “two story” Christmas tree, nativity scenes, dolls, wreaths, candles, centerpieces and other Christmas decorations depicting Christmas Around the World.  The beautiful weather allowed many guests to enjoy their tea and cookies on the back deck, which was also decorated for Christmas.

This year, as in past years, the attending guests could donate children’s books for the Cedar Springs Library. This year more books were donated than ever before. There were 148 books, including a book signed by the Red Flannel Queen, Jenna Johnson and Court, who also attended the Tea. According to CS Library Director Donna Clark, “The extra copies [of books] will be lovingly shared with the libraries of the Cedar Springs Public School District.”

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