Club creates centerpieces for luncheon

Members of the Redding Garden Club made centerpieces for the recent luncheon at Heritage Center. From left are Melanie Goldstine, Diana Abshire, Catherine Streit, Ann Crocker and Dorothea Funk. — Ruth Moran photo

Six members of the Redding Garden Club put their flower arranging skills to task on Tuesday, Dec. 11, creating 10 seasonal centerpieces for Heritage Center’s Holiday Luncheon the next day. Participating in the project were Diana Abshire, Ann Crocker, Dorothea Funk, Melanie Goldstine, Ruth Moran, and Catherine Streit.

Redding residents and friends attending the holiday luncheon were serenaded with holiday music performed by the John Read Middle School’s orchestra and chorus. The floral arrangements added to the ambiance and were given to one lucky attendee at each table to take home and enjoy.

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