Friday, November 13, 2009

Tea Time With Berea Health Ministry — 102 Years of Progress Club


102 Years of Progress Club, depicts the history of the Berea Progress Club, Berea's oldest civic club. This table was decorated and hosted by Dinah T. and Violet F. Each place setting is different, therefore representing different eras over the past 100 years for women in style, entertainment and attitude. It begins with the time women had no vote to the present time of disposable dishes (paper plate place setting). The guests at this table are members of the Progress Club and are dressed to reflect an era from 1907 to 2009.
102 Years of Progress Club won for Best Theme.
















This concludes my postings of the 23 host-decorated tables at Tea Time With Berea Health Ministry. I hope you enjoyed viewing the various table decorations, and perhaps gained a few ideas for table themes you might use in the future. The judges had a very difficult time picking winners in the various categories.
I am so pleased the event was a very successful fundraiser for the Berea Health Ministry. Through the efforts of the volunteers, we raised over $20,000.
Patty, Melissa and I have already been discussing ways to improve next year's afternoon tea. Your suggestions are welcome!

8 comments:

Marilyn Miller said...

What a creative thing to do, dressing in the era's. I have thoroughly enjoyed your coverage of the Berea Health Ministry tea. Thanks for sharing and I will look forward to next year.

Rosemary said...

This was a fun series! Loved the creativity of each and every table. Congratulations to everyone that particpated - they are all winners!
Nancy

Jason Witt said...

Congratulations on using the tea-party model to raise money successfully. It's for your good cause. Tea can do all that for you.

parTea lady said...

That was an interesting theme table. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing all the lovely and creative table decor.

What a wonderful success your fundraiser was and what a great job you did.

Phyllis said...

Thanks for sharing the photos of your incredible tea, Linda! I thoroughly enjoyed seeing them. Job well done by every participant!

Anonymous said...

Linda, you have no idea how much I have enjoyed seeing these pictures! Your involvement with the Berea Health Ministry is wonderful and I am sure you are much appreciated there, as you are here! Many thanks for posting these lovely pictures! Susan T.

Bernideen said...

When I saw the lady at the left in purple I was amazed as I sell that hat and that fan and also the lockets on the table...we must love the same things!

Paula said...

That was a very clever theme!!!

Enjoyed the whole series!

 

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