(05/06/2005)

Mothers and daughters attended annual tea at Senior Center

The "Apron Parade" stretched across center

Faye Fitzwater was the guest speaker, sharing
stories of her childhood and being a mother

There were aprons with apron strings at last night's annual mother-daughter tea sponsored by the Calhoun County Committee on Aging in Grantsville. There was a sit-down dinner, speakers and entertainment.

Those attending participated in a apron parade, with the best apron wearers being judged and awarded prizes.

Willadene Poling, president of CCCOA board, welcomed the guests and Amber Gunnoe provided special singing.

The oldest women were recognized, Margaret
Cunningham, 89, being the oldest (third from left)

"Best of Show" in the apron contest was the Richard's family

"Prettiest" was Nancy Yoak

"Funniest" was Casey Boatright

Special recognition went to the Stalnaker family,
recognizing Jean Stalnaker

There were lots of apron wearers ...

... with lots of apron strings


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