Local Red Hat Society Chapter Tea

Wednesday, 22 May 2024 21:22

Local Red Hat Society Chapter Tea Featured

Written by Tracie Beller and Teresa White-Dacus
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The Purple Plumettes founded by Queen Mother Jodi Hoffman; a supporting chapter of the Red Hat Society ID 7234; along with reigning Queen of De Nile Suzy Morris held their first annual tea party at the Lowery Hotel/Museum in Poteau.
The Tea party was hosted by Teresa White-Dacus and Lady Grace Tracie Beller. In attendance were, Jodi Hoffman, Suzy Morris, Barbara Caudell, Gabba Wilson, Tonia Cheely, Charlotte Holland, Ginger Clark-Lemly, Karlie Jo Young, and Meena Shae.
Also, in attendance were the The No Whine, More Wine Tulsa Red Hatters supporting chapter ID 3871 represented by Queen Mother Mary Hill, Ambassador Vice-Queen Veronica Daniels, Vice-Queen Heather Trager, Kathy Connelly, and Kim Warrick.
Together the Red Hat ladies enjoyed an afternoon sipping tea and grazing on a variety of foods catered by Teresa White-Dacus and Amazing Graze. Along with several deserts, one being a 6 layer purple cake made by Creative Kitchen in Fort Smith. Next year, we plan on eating desert first in keeping with our Red Hat tradition.
Also, a raffle was held for two fine china tea sets provided by Lady Grace. Bingo was played by all while laughter filled the room as the winners won prizes. Entertainment was provided by professional pianist Doug Lackey and in winding down the afternoon fun filled photo opportunities were provided by professional photographer Vicky Martinez.
Us Red Hatters are always looking for new members to join us in our play, laughter, and disorganization. Our next event is July 15th as we board a train to celebrate Hoot Day. If interested in finding out about Hoot Day and the Red Hat Society please contact our Queen Suzy Morris at 918-564-5910.
Also, we are hosting an information session/meet and greet at The Coffee Cup in Poteau June 1st at 10.00 A.M. We hope to see you there!
Last modified on Wednesday, 22 May 2024 21:34

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