Gardens at Westlake hosts third annual Ladies Tea

Sisters, Elenore Kelemen and Lillian Dittrich, who both live at the Gardens at Westlake

The sun actually came out for the 3rd Annual Ladies Tea at the Gardens at Westlake, a retirement and assisted living community on Detroit Road. A large group of residents and their guests were treated to a well-received presentation by Gloria Cipri Kemer, owner of the Emerald Bed and Breakfast Tea Room in Fairview Park.

As an expert on tea, Gloria enthralled the audience with a program titled: “Teas From Around The World” and neatly tied in a little bow were three samples she discussed which were Chinese, English and Tea Today.

While enjoying the variety of teas, everyone was served Flaming Bananas Foster topped with scoops of ice cream.

The program was educational and interesting as the focus was on the concept that people are drinking more tea today related to the enormous health benefits. A hand-out was provided with hints and facts regarding those benefits.

The event was co-sponsored by Michelle Capiccioni, Territory Manager for Medical Service Company, and Emily Marvin, Director of Care Coordination, Caring Tree Home Health.

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Volume 3, Issue 11, Posted 3:09 PM, 06.01.2011