Mothers and daughters fill Senior Center
A Jewish proverb says "God could not be everywhere, so he therefore made
Last night the second annual Mother and Daughter's Tea was held at the
Senior Center in Grantsville, and mothers, daughters and even
granddaughters turned out for the special get-together.
JoAnn Stevens welcomed the group, reminding the women of the special
relationship they share and the important roles women have played in life.
Pastor mary Zimmer offered blessings for women and children, present and
It was really more than a tea
Registering for the event
During a buffet dinner, Lori and Samantha Wilson and Elana and Amanda
Boggs provided singing, Shari Johnson read a poem recognizing mothers,
followed by special recognition to those attending the event.
Recognition for the mother with the most children was Opal Vandale who
The oldest mother present was Ethel Hurford at 96.
The "cutest bunch" went to the Heiney family.
The "most original" was Clarice Whytsell and her daughter-in-law Jan
The the "most alike" family went to Elah Whisman, her daughters and
Three generations (L to R) Tia Satterfieid, Joan Satterfield, Elah
Whisman, Twila Roach and Amanda Roach, also winning the "look alike"
Four generations (rear) JoAnn Stevens, Gertrude Propst, Mary K. Wilson and
April Miller (front) Mikayla Miller and Kaitlyn Miller
Three generations (L to R) Kara Haymaker, Martha Haymaker
Guest speakers for the event, mother and daughter, Martha Haymaker and
It was the second annual mother-daughter "tea"
A new child joins mom for dinner
Looking over some special memories