St. Paul’s Heritage House hosts first tea service of the year

Pictured above are Diane Laboucan and her granddaughters, Kayleigh Gillanders (middle) and Samantha Gillanders at the tea service on May 27.

Mac Olsen
Express Staff

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Spring time means enjoying the company of family and friends, and that includes getting out for tea on Sundays.

The St. Paul’s Heritage House in McLennan hosted their first tea service of the year on May 27. Entry was by donation and a number of people attended, including grandmother Dianne Laboucan and her granddaughters, Kayleigh Gillanders and Samantha Gillanders.

Tea, cookies, cake and other snacks were the fare for this event. Entry was by donation and the event was a fundraiser for the house.

The house dates back to 1931 and restoration efforts have been ongoing since 1998. The St. Paul’s Anglican Church sits on the same property and church services continue to be offered there.

In 2006, this property received recognition as a Municipal Historical Site.

Another tea service will be held at St. Paul’s Heritage House on Father’s Day, June 24.

 

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