The 2022 Silver Tea was held Thursday, April 7th, a beautiful spring day at the home of Peggy Kostial. With the years that COVID caused the Tea to be cancelled, this year the guests came and enjoyed the beautiful home, gorgeous flowers, and music heard from the study on one end of the home and a harpist in the family room at the other end.
Chairs, Marsha Eckermann and Claire Lawrence, greeted guests with joy and appreciation. With such a lovely day, there was but one glitch. There was no food. With laughter and good humor, all waited patiently while the chairs faced the dilemma. Silverstone quickly owned their mistake and scurried to deliver what they had. With humor and grace, all appreciated a delicious fare and carried on with the genteel fellowship of the Guild.
Dr. Sloan presented a 1610 Geneva Bible page to Peggy which was quickly displayed in her beautiful dining room.
Thanks to underwriting chair, Linda Higginbotham, and her committee, more than $90,000 was raised for the traditional Guild scholarships.