High tea it was — along with glowing glasses of sherry. Alexander and Roswitha Guzinski welcomed more than 50 guests to their home to benefit the Florida East Coast Chapter of the National Society of Arts and Letters and raise money for young artists
Sacred Heart School started the new year with flair, fun and function. More than 100 guests were invited to wear hats, whether silly or sophisticated, for the fundraiser. Principal Candace Tamposi welcomed attendees and thanked them for their support
Silence overtook the dining room as a group of 5-year-olds from Sacred Heart School’s William B. Finneran Montessori Academy entered to sing ‘This Little Light of Mine’ for 150 attendees who helped raise more than $12,000 for student scholarships. AB
Members of the National Society of Arts & Letters’ Florida East Coast Chapter celebrated the Annual High Tea at the home of Jay and Marilyn Nelson. Chapter President Shari Upbin welcomed patrons and performers to enjoy artisan breads, fresh fruit, sa
LEFT: Marilyn Nelson, standing with violinist Kristen Seto and pianist Stephen Seto, helped the National Society of Arts and Letters’ Florida East Coast Chapter hold a successful High Tea that brought together old and new members, and welcomed patr
Sacred Heart fifth-grader Adrianna Smigiel and her mom, Marcela, of Lake Worth, pick up treats during the April Showers Bring Sacred Heart Flowers Afternoon Tea at St. Andrews Club on April 11. The fundraising event was hosted by The Friends of Sacre
By Antigone Barton
There’s something about tea: Soothing and restoring, a comfort and a tradition, it provides both a lull and a lift to the day. Let fathers celebrate their day with tee times, Mother’s Day tea is an occasion for finger food and flo
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