Today was the Oldham County Homemakers' Sweetest Day Tea at the John Black Community Center. A large crowd came and had a wonderful times. I wore my red hat (though it looks like orange in these pictures.
Me with Candy Thompson - taken by Barbara Todd of BT Beads
Candy wore her blooming hat (blue ribbon winner at the County fair two years ago).
Barbara Todd watching the program on old restaurants along Highway 42.
Stylish Christine Duncan, County extension agent, rocking out the fall colors.
The amazing menu!
Everything was so beautiful. It was clear that everyone involved had worked very hard to make it a wonderful time.
A shot of all the amazing tea pots!!! (photo by Christine Duncan)
Barbara Todd, Candy Thompson and me watching the presentation.
What an amazing tea! Everything was so yummy!!
I won one of the door prizes - and knew I had to snag this tea pot for Candy!!
Nancy Theiss giving the program about old restaurants along Highway 42.
Another shot of Barbara Todd.
And special thanks to the lovely Lauren State who was our server
It was such a lovely day and we all had such a great time!!! All the food was delicious! The ladies did a fantastic job with all they did!!! I just LOVE my teapot and I'm so glad you got one of the mum plants! I am so full now after that delicious menu, I won't be eating again until tomorrow! :) :) :)
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