Ladies work, take tea together

On Saturday, Dec. 8, a Ladies Christmas Tea and Social was held in historic, Notch Hill Town Hall.

  • Dec. 14, 2012 3:00 p.m.

Women from several South Shuswap communities attending a ladies Christmas tea at Notch Hill Town Hall. This well-received event may become an annual affair.

On Saturday, Dec. 8, a Ladies Christmas Tea and Social was held in historic, Notch Hill Town Hall.

It was very well attended by approximately two dozen ladies from all over the area including  Sorrento, Blind Bay and Notch Hill.

The hall was beautifully decorated with Christmas lights and a pretty tree, with delicious goodies served.

A Christmas gift exchange and a fun conversation card game took  place, and it was a very enjoyable  afternoon.

Thanks goes to the hardworking  Notch Hill Town Hall  Association ladies who organized and put on this happy afternoon, which many would like to make an annual event.

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