Hillsboro Senior Center hosts Ladies Tea and Style Show

Kate Maxfield and Cheyenne Funk model outfits from West Main Company in Marion at the Hillsboro Senior Center Ladies Tea and Style Show on Saturday. The event was a successful fundraiser the center’s board hosted.

 

A piano student of Bev Richard’s provided music for ladies while they enjoyed tea from Rhubarb Market, treats from Barkman Honey and floral arrangements from Kathy’s Floral at the Hillsboro Senior Center Ladies Tea and Style Show on Saturday. The event was a successful fundraiser the center’s board hosted.
Women of all ages gathered to enjoy tea from Rhubarb Market, treats from Barkman Honey, floral arrangements from Kathy’s Floral and a fashion show with outfits from West Main Company in Marion at the Hillsboro Senior Center Ladies Tea
and Style Show on Saturday. The event was a successful fundraiser the center’s board hosted.

Ladies of all ages enjoyed an afternoon of music, treats and fashion in Hillsboro on Saturday at the Hillsboro Senior Center. The center’s board hosted a very successful tea and style show fundraiser.

“We sold 115 tickets by word of mouth,” said board member Betty Seibel. “It takes a lot of money to keep this place going so the money we raised with ticket sales will really help us out.”

Many local spots were enlisted to help out with the event. Kathy’s Floral provided the floral arrangements and the tea was furnished by Rhubarb Market. West Main Company in Marion brought some of their latest fashions and local Hillsboro women, Kate Maxfield, Jessi Dalke, Cheyenne Funk and Kailee Funk, walk the runway to show off their outfits. Local senior Bev Richards had two of her students play piano to provide background music for the guests while they drank tea and had treats provided by Barkman Honey.

Board members who worked hard to pull off the event were Betty Seibel, Joyce Barkman, Sandy Bartel, Caryl Wiebe, Billie Goossen, Donna Dalke, Sharon George, Wada Dush and Diane Eston.

“Our next fundraiser event will be on August 6 for Bob Delk’s 100th birthday. We will be deciding at our next board meeting exactly what we are doing so stay tuned,” said Seibel.

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