2012-05-24 / Local & State

Spring Tea Held At Fulton House


Spring tea attendees admire the dessert table at the Historical Society’s spring tea. Spring tea attendees admire the dessert table at the Historical Society’s spring tea. The museum spring tea of the Fulton County Historical Society was well attended on Saturday, May 12, at the Fulton House. Kathryn Cromer gave an interesting talk on the history of Girl Scouts of America, now celebrating their 100th anniversary. A delicious luncheon was enjoyed by all, especially the variety of desserts. The tea was donated by Lin Henry from the Tickle Your Fancy Gifts and Teas. Another tea will be held in September.

Cromer’s speech was a preliminary to the summer exhibit, as it’s the Girl Scouts 100th anniversary. The Fulton House will be displaying a large display of Girl Scout artifacts. In addition to the Girl Scout display, there will be a large collection of paintings and artwork by Elmer Carpenter, a late resident of Crystal Springs.

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