Sue Paluska: Vintage Tea & Style Show a hit |

Sue Paluska: Vintage Tea & Style Show a hit

Sue Paluskageneral chairperson, Vintage Tea & Style Show

On behalf of the Summit County Arts Exhibit Committee and the Summit Historical Society, I would like to thank our generous sponsors and contributors to the Vintage Tea & Style Show. Their donations of time, effort and items helped make the fundraiser an overwhelming success in so many ways. The food, the ambiance and the commentary made the event a delightful and interesting history lesson.Both of our organizations will use the monies earned to continue their services to the community. SCAEC will continue to encourage art by placing art installations throughout the county, and the Summit Historical Society will continue their historical preservation of Summit County artifacts.We encourage everyone to support and thank these generous businesses and individuals; we are indeed fortunate to have them in our community: Harvest Catering, Beaver Run Resort, Alpine Garden Center, The Tea Bar at The Next Page Bookstore, Envy Hair Saloon, Frisco Fun & Formal, Harry & David, Arapahoe Cafe, City Market, Juniper Tree, Bay Street Company, Summit County government, Copy/Copy, Summit County Seniors, RSN, pianist Nancy Wiedel and MCs Maureen Nicholls and Ashley Prill.

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