News: Neillsville - Tea at Tufts’ (1 Mar 2015)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Heiman, Hendrickson
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 1/28/2015
Tea at Tufts’ (Sunday, 1 March 2015)
The 10th Annual Tea at Tufts’ event will be held Sunday, March 1, 2015. The theme is ’10th Anniversary.’ There will be a tour of Tufts’ Mansion at 12:30 p.m. and seating at 1:15. Come and experience an elegant tea complete with good conversation, wonderful company and silent auction items.
Six tables will be decorated and set for tea. This year the tables will be judged by Northern Indoor Comfort Systems (Greg and Deanna Heiman), and they will provide gifts and prizes for these beautiful tables.
Prepaid reservations to attend the tea would make a great gift for someone who deserves to be pampered.
People are needed to decorate and set tables. If interested in decorating a table for this event, contact Lori at the UW-Extension Office (715-743-5121/ firstname.lastname@example.org,wi.us)
The Tea at Tufts’ event is the major fundraiser for the ‘Parenting the First Year’ newsletter, which is distributed monthly to new parents and parents of young children in Clark County. This research based UW-Extension newsletter has been distributed for 26 years and is revised by university staff and specialists on a regular basis. The newsletters give parents and caregivers the most up-to-date information on child development and child related topics. Currently, 480 families in Clark County receive this helpful resource with some families receiving the newsletters in Spanish.
For reservations and more information on the Tea at Tufts;’ event or to make a donation to the ‘Parenting the First Year’ newsletter, call the UW-Extension Office at 715-743-5121. Register early, as seating is limited.
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