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Beebe Medical Center Auxiliary plans May 19 Spring Tea

May 05, 2013
Source: Submitted Beebe Auxiliary members involved in the annual Spring Tea are (back row, l-r) Marina Baird, Maynard Vedral, Joan Nicholls, Michael Roussell, Muriel Pfeiffer, B.J. Young, Kay Burgee, Geri Pease; in front are Mary Jo DeVries, Mary DeVries, Pat Sandy, Ginger Snowden, Henrietta Belcher-Stack and Sandra Prettyman.

Plans are well underway for the third annual Beebe Medical Center Auxiliary Spring Tea to take place at 2 p.m., Sunday, May 19, at Lewes Presbyterian Church at 133 Kings Highway in Lewes.

This popular social event draws more than 100 auxiliary members and guests. Each of the tables will be decorated in its own theme to accentuate the enjoyable and friendly atmosphere. Themes include: Pink Blossoms, Clowns, I Do, Gardening to the Tea, Lighthouses and Easter Parade Tea.

The menu will offer a collection of sandwiches scones and delectable sweets. English breakfast tea and passion fruit decaf tea will be served.

The cost of the event is $18 a person, with reservations due by Friday, May 10. Tables can be reserved and will seat seven. Seating is limited; make reservations soon by contacting Pat Sandy at 302-226-7732 or Muriel Pfeiffer at 302-947-2640.

Longtime auxiliary member Ginger Snowden is the event chair. The Beebe Medical Center Auxiliary is a volunteer organization that for more than 76 years has supported Beebe Medical Center. Annually, the Beebe Auxiliary presents to the medical center more than $300,000 for projects and programs which benefit and strengthen the services offered by the hospital to the community. The auxiliary also operates the Treasure Chest Thrift Shop in Midway Shopping Center and the Beebe Medical Center Gift Shop at the hospital in Lewes.

Beebe Medical Center is a not-for-profit community medical center with a charitable mission to encourage healthy living, prevent illness and restore optimal health with the people residing, working or visiting in the communities it serves. For more information, visit www.beebemed.org.

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