Society serves afternoon tea

| March 31, 2022 | 0 Comments

AT THE GARDEN PARTY. Standing, left to right: Judy Zeller, Judy Reidel, Blake Robin, Annie Baker, Myrna Gintel, Lizzie Blatt and Karlene Taylor; Seated, left to right: Anita Schonfield, Cecile Keshishian, Ramona Selby and Lestrita Boardman.

Residents sampled finger foods and refreshments on fine china at the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society’s annual Afternoon Tea on Feb. 27. Some 100 guests enjoyed the warm, spring-like afternoon in the backyard of Patty Lombard and Bill Simon’s home in Fremont Place.

City Councilmen Paul Koretz and Mitch O’Farrell — whose redrawn districts each include a part of the Chronicle area’s neighborhoods — addressed the crowd. Twist Café on La Brea Avenue and Pondicherry Dry Goods of Brookside provided luncheon fare. The fundraiser supports the Society’s education and beautification efforts in the neighborhood.

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