The Woman’s Club of Gadsden celebrates Spring Tea

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Success is quintessential with springtime at the Woman’s Club of Gadsden. Plans are underway for the upcoming weekend of April 29 and 30. On Friday, April 29, The Woman’s Club will celebrate a “tree planting” event at the Gadsden Public Library park. On Saturday, April 30, The Woman’s Club celebrates its Spring Tea at the club, located at 862 Chestnut Street from 2 to 4 p.m. Tickets are available for $20 and will be held for pick up at will call on the day of the event. Those interested can contact The Woman’s Club at 256-547-2311. The Spring Tea is a vibrant community event, filled with food, music and local vendors.

The March monthly meeting featured a fashion show complimentary of The Willow Tree, with club members acting as models for colorful springtime fashion trends. Club members enjoyed the fantastic food catered by The Rail.

The Club Secretary, Carol Carlisle discussed the RAM (Remote Area Medical) event which was held on Saturday and Sunday on April 23 and 24 at Gadsden City High School. Free medical, dental and vision services were provided by regional doctors and nurses at this event. Community volunteers – health-care professionals and those in other fields – participated in the event.

For more information on the tea, visit The Woman’s Club website.

Submitted by Gwen Ford

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