HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — A number of area city officials were amid all those who modeled the most recent fashions prior to a collecting of about 160 men and women April 24 as part of the 2nd Afternoon Tea & Style Show held at the Highland Heights Community Center.
Sponsored by the Highland Heights Seniors and organized by Highland Heights Town Council President Ann D’Amico, the function couldn’t be held the previous two a long time for the reason that of the pandemic.
Among people who walked amongst the tables this 12 months, exhibiting off women’s apparel provided by J. Jill at Beachwood Location and men’s clothes from Jos. A. Bank at Legacy Village, were being community Mayors Chuck Brunello Jr. (Highland Heights), Patrick Ward (Lyndhurst), Kim Thomas (Richmond Heights) and Brenda Bodnar (Mayfield).
Other products incorporated South Euclid Metropolis Council President Ruth Grey and South Euclid Councilman Justin Tisdale, Highland Heights Ward 1 Councilwoman Carol Ganser, Mayfield City Schools Board of Instruction President Sue Groszek and board member Jolene Greve, Cuyahoga County Frequent Pleas Courtroom Judge Wanda Jones, Mayfield Library Branch Supervisor Julie Liedtke, Mayfield Metropolis Educational institutions Superintendent Michael Barnes, Lyndhurst Councilman Steve Grushetsky, and South Euclid Regulation Director and Highland Heights City Prosecutor Michael Lograsso.
Mayfield Heights Councilwoman Gayle Teresi was to have participated, but was not able to attend.
The function was held to elevate resources for senior routines in Highland Heights. D’Amico explained she does not yet have a remaining figure as to how much money was elevated.
“I was incredibly joyful to see our attendance go from 110 for the to start with tea in 2019 to 160 this year,” D’Amico claimed. “I am pretty grateful to Mayor Brunello and our workers and administration in Highland Heights who place so a great deal time and effort into this occasion, as effectively as Annette Phillips, operator of Quintealia’s Tea Parlor.
“Many sponsors and donors gave their time to this celebration,” she reported. “Our products were mayors and elected officials — some with their spouses — from all of the six metropolitan areas served by the Community Partnership on Aging.”
Megan Gallagher, of WKYC Channel 3, served as the event’s celeb emcee.
Study additional from the Sun Messenger.