Friends of Library host annual Victorian Tea


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Eight of the Madison-Plains Key Club members were on hand to assist the Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library with tasks such as serving tea, handing out door prizes, and setting and cleaning up for the Sixth Annual Victorian Sweetheart Tea.


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Ladies from ages 5 to 85 came as far as Worthington to attend Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library’s Sixth Annual Victorian Sweetheart Tea.


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Local Girl Scout Troop 687 dressed in the spirit of the day to attend the Sixth Annual Victorian Tea. All the girls, their Troop Leader Sara Scott, and most of their mothers or grandmothers in attendance, were clothed by Casey O’Neill. O’Neill serves as the chairperson for the event, and is also the secretary to the Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library.


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The Friends of the Library’s Sixth Annual Victorian Tea was held Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Mount Sterling First United Methodist Church.

More than 60 tickets were sold for the event, which serves as a fundraiser for the Friends of the Library.

Several local businesses provided category and door prizes for the Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library’s Victorian Tea. Categories included most authentic outfit, who traveled the farthest distance, youngest in attendance, most seasoned in attendance, and nest hat, among others.

Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library raise funds to promote, and provide support for the library’s programs and materials. Join the group by attending a meeting, held the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the library, 60 W. Columbus St., Mount Sterling, unless otherwise noted.

Eight of the Madison-Plains Key Club members were on hand to assist the Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library with tasks such as serving tea, handing out door prizes, and setting and cleaning up for the Sixth Annual Victorian Sweetheart Tea.
http://madison-press.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_VictorianTea161942piccol.jpgEight of the Madison-Plains Key Club members were on hand to assist the Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library with tasks such as serving tea, handing out door prizes, and setting and cleaning up for the Sixth Annual Victorian Sweetheart Tea. Contributed photo

Ladies from ages 5 to 85 came as far as Worthington to attend Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library’s Sixth Annual Victorian Sweetheart Tea.
http://madison-press.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_VictorianTea162342piccol.jpgLadies from ages 5 to 85 came as far as Worthington to attend Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library’s Sixth Annual Victorian Sweetheart Tea. Contributed photo

Local Girl Scout Troop 687 dressed in the spirit of the day to attend the Sixth Annual Victorian Tea. All the girls, their Troop Leader Sara Scott, and most of their mothers or grandmothers in attendance, were clothed by Casey O’Neill. O’Neill serves as the chairperson for the event, and is also the secretary to the Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library.
http://madison-press.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_VictorianTea165625col.jpgLocal Girl Scout Troop 687 dressed in the spirit of the day to attend the Sixth Annual Victorian Tea. All the girls, their Troop Leader Sara Scott, and most of their mothers or grandmothers in attendance, were clothed by Casey O’Neill. O’Neill serves as the chairperson for the event, and is also the secretary to the Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library. Contributed photo

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