We were very pleased The Berea Citizen, our local weekly newspaper, featured color photos from Tea Time With Berea Health Ministry on the front page of the Berea Living section of the October 22 edition!
Saturday, November 7, 2009
Friday, November 6, 2009
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Bybee is the name of the tiny community in our county where the rustic-style collectible Bybee Pottery is made. Karen L. , a BHM tea committee member, decorated this table, A Bybee Afternoon, to seat overflow members of the Phileathea Sunday School Class from Berea Baptist. If you can click on the photo below to enlarge it, you will see the Sunday School class's Gone With The Wind table in the background. The Berea Health Ministry appreciates the continued and regular support from this wonderful group of ladies.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
The Gone With the Wind table was decorated by Mrs. T. and is one of two tables of ladies from the Berea Baptist Church Philathea Sunday School Class. Mrs. T used crystal she received as a wedding gift 66 years ago from a group of co-workers. According to her notes, she used Fostoria Navare pattern, Scarlett o'Hara and Rhett Butler collecitable figures from Avon and a water color of a (her) southern style home. On the back side of the centerpiece is a program from the premier of Gone With the Wind. Mrs. T. has very wonderful memories of attending the glorious premier of Gone With the Wind.
Monday, November 2, 2009
Sunday, November 1, 2009
AJ enjoyed his first Kentucky thoroughbred racing at Keeneland in Lexington on a beautiful October day.
We enjoyed a nice buffet lunch then the races. The guys look like they are really serous at betting in the photo below. AJ is way too young to bet, so GJ placed a few $2 bets for him. Even a 10-year old must dress in a coat and tie to enter the Club House. I was proud of the way he looked and of his behavior.