Photographs By Terry Blankenship|
It turned out to be a popular event, the Senior Center's Mother and Daughter
Tea last Friday. "It was a tremendous success," according to CCCOA
Assistant Director, Brenda McBride. Nearly one hundred mothers, daughters
and granddaughters participated. "Being a mother is a priceless blessing
that cannot be purchased with silver and gold," said McBride.
One hundred mothers, daughters and granddaughters attend
The McCauley Sisters "sing out"
Special music was performed by Dorothy McCauley and her daughters, "The
McCauley Sisters," Cheryl Jarvis, Pam Davis and Anita Elloitt. Also
performing "The McCauley Cousins," Kristie Jarvis, Melanie Davis and Ashley
Elloitt, plus Jamie Kennedy.
Shari Johnson recited a poem she wrote about mothers. Special speakers,
Jeanne Wilson, Barbara Lay and Amanda Lay, mother, daughter and
granddaughter, recited poems written by Jeanne Wilson.
Three generations: Barb Lay, Amanda Lay and Jeanne Wilson
Rev. Peggy Schmitz delivered the invocation and the benediction.
Participating in a Look-Alike Style Show, Clarice Whytsell and Jane Poling,
Leona Heiney, Linda Fivecoat and Marcie Stump, Dorothy and Jamie
Kennedy, Jean Boggs, Kathy Goodrich and Sarah Postalwait, Genevieve and
Nicky Davis, Patty Frederick, Debbie Walker and Sheri Price.
Winners of the style show:
Most Alike - The Leona Heiney Family
Most Original - The Frederick Family
The Cutest - The Frederick Family
The oldest mother was 95-year-old Ethel Hurford. The mother with the most
children (12), grandchildren (40), and great-grandchildren (57) was Lucy
Marks. The door prize was won by Barbara Roberts.
Lucy Marks holds the record
The guests enjoyed a delicious buffet prepared by Sister's Sweets and
Things, and a few friends including JoAnn Stevens, Mary Kay Wilson, Georgie
Stalnaker, Willadene Poling. Brenda McBride, Ellen Shock and Jan
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