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Abundant Blessings Tea held

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

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Event benefits local drug court program Democrat Photo/Lisa Schlichtman The second annual Abundant Blessings Tea, which benefits the Barry County Drug Court program, was held Saturday in the First Baptist Church Family Life Center in Cassville. The event included testimonies from local drug court participants and those involved in Celebrate Recovery as well as special music by Curtis Ray and Sharon Sater. Tea hostesses who provided beautifully decorated tables for the tea are pictured above. They include: Carmen Baker, Dawn Cope, Charla Curry, Nona Dalke, Veronica Edie, Donna Ennis, Joyce Ennis, Sylvia Fletcher, Nancy Foulke, Sue Gregory, Maddie Hamblett, Mandy Hamblett, Heidi Henderson, Jackie Hendrix, Rowena Hutchens, Dottie Jacobsen, Lenna Knight, Laura Larson, Wendy Lueckenhoff, Jean Marney, Sarah Marney, Dawn Martin, Erma Mast, Janice Murphy, Lee Ona Prier, Lou Ann Priest, Barbie Ray, Kelly Reed, Ruby Reese, Jayme Reuter, Mary Richmiller, Gale Roberts, Lisa Schlichtman, Denise Schnabl, Carleen Shanks, Marty Stearns, Natalie Stearns, Amanda Stubblefield, Dana Switzner, Sue Updike, Ann Warren, Gaye Wheeler and Callie Woods. Support for the tea was provided by: Betty Sparkman, Sue Craig, Schreiber's in Monett, J&S Floral in Exeter, the Cassville High School FCCLA Chapter, Sam's Club, the Jam Shoppe in Fairview, Able 2 Products and Jill Strother. Members of the tea planning committee were: Dawn Cope, Nancy Foulke, Heidi Henderson, Jackie Hendrix, Sharon Sater, Betty Sparkman, Marty Stearns and Betty Stubblefield.



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