Greensburg Garden Center hosts spring tea
(from left), Greensburg Garden Center publicity chair, Debbie Campbell, event co-chair, Diane Dale, event co-chair and Greensburg Garden Center President, Angela Raitano, and event co-chair and Greensburg Garden Center Vice President, Carla Rusnica, gather at the Greensburg Garden Center's annual spring tea, held at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center on Saturday afternoon, April 6, 2013.
Photo by Kim Stepinsky | for the Tribune-Review
Warm temperatures, cloudless skies and the fun of Greensburg Garden Center's annual tea on April 6 were sure signs of spring.
Held at Greensburg Garden and Civic Center, club members served guests fresh-brewed tea and homemade chicken and egg salad and cucumber sandwiches at themed tables.
Sandi Kaselonis traveled all the way from Wabash, Ind., “to eat and be with friends.” Kaselonis sat at the “Dogwood Time” table decorated by members of the Cheshamac Garden Club.
Others with Kaselonis were Barbara Cseh, Margie Wolff, Jean Streeter, Lorraine Amma, Connie Hughes and Marion Fulton.
Carla Rusnica was co-chairwoman withAngie Raitano and Diane Dale, and tea makers were Agnes Lapa, Peggy Annas and Pam Turner.
Donna Lee announced the winners of prize drawings, greeter was Jane Petrovich and pianist was Mike Simoncelli.
Seen: Debbie Campbell, Elizabeth Pesci, Donna Burns, Johny DeRose, Nancy Nemeth, Ruth Bobula, Betty Davis, Geneva Markle, Judy Ross, Denise Craine, Jennifer Halle, Louise Muse, Carrie Pike, Lougene Whiteman, Arlene Petroy, Peggy Thiery, Arlis Meyer, Shirley Mills, Terry Depcrymski, Helena Kelly, Betty Hammer, Gloria Wellhoffer, Karen McGivern, Susan Braun, Marlene Elchik, Jane Stape, Dawn Fink, Julia Snyder, Barbara Iwaniec and Carol Brown.
— Dawn Law
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