City Rescue Mission "Hearts of Hope" Tea
Hearts of Hope tea was held at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. (Photos by Helen Ford Wallace).
The City Rescue Mission sponsored the Hearts of Hope luncheon recently at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. 600 people attended the event and heard about the City Rescue Mission and a testimony from one of their clients. Cardboard testimonies were also given by other women while Brenden Weaver sang “You Raise Me Up.”
Barbara Green, co-chairman of the tea, gave the welcome and Pam Tims, chairman, made introductions. Entertainment was by the Surrey Singers.
Colorful teapots were on the tables surrounded by teacups filled with dessert cupcakes. Table hostesses took home the teapots and guests were given cups and saucers as party favors.
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