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'High tea' to help sick boy's family with bills
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"Downton Abbey," the show and the mansion will be discussed during the tea. - photo by Studio photo

The women of Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church have scheduled a tea party to benefit the family of a young boy, Lincoln Groza, who is sick.

"This very young boy has what seems like insurmountable medical issues," organizer Thelma Considine said, "and the family is desperately in need of help with soaring costs."

It will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Presbyterian manse on Belfast River Road Saturday.

"We are doing a real high tea party, with yummy foods, good teas from the Hale Tea Company and there will be prizes for the prettiest cup and saucer (usually one of grandma’s heirlooms.) and also for the most amazing hat worn by the ladies," Considine said. "We are having a talk on "Downton Abbey," the series and the true story of who really lives in the mansion. It should be a happy occasion and there will also be a sale of a delightful herbal blend tea, packaged especially for this occasion."

Everyone is welcome.

If you want more information, call Considine at 912-727-3993 or email

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