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Woman’s Club Spring Tea

May 4, 2012
Northern-Sun Print
 Pictured above is Gaylord Stauffer who is entertaining the ladies that attended the Gladbrook Woman’s Club “Bloomin’ Spring Tea” on Sunday, April 29, 2012.  Gaylord, a professional harpist, was born and raised in the Gladbrook and Lincoln area, graduated from Gladbrook High School, Northern Iowa University, and the International Harp Therapeutic Practitioners program.  He is now retired, lives in Cedar Falls and has become a master gardener.  Gaylord performed wonderful music while the guests dined on fruits, breads, tea sandwiches, petite desserts and green tea.  The tables were decorated with edible day lilies and also gerbera daisies.  The ladies were also entertained with tea history, legends, poems, edible and non edible flowers and given a demonstration and information on blooming teas, also known as flowering teas.  Even if it was raining outside, it was blooming inside.  The Gladbrook Woman’s Club sponsors a spring tea every other year as a fund raiser for its community projects.

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