History of aprons


Submitted photo Altrusa International of Xenia hosted almost 200 for the annual Kathryn Hagler High Tea last week. The event featured displays on aprons and country living, along with a presentation about the history of aprons by Catherine Wilson, curator of the Greene County Historical Society. The tea is the major fundraising event for this service organization, and proceeds help support projects focused on literacy and leadership.


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Altrusa International of Xenia hosted almost 200 for the annual Kathryn Hagler High Tea last week. The event featured displays on aprons and country living, along with a presentation about the history of aprons by Catherine Wilson, curator of the Greene County Historical Society. The tea is the major fundraising event for this service organization, and proceeds help support projects focused on literacy and leadership.

Submitted photo Altrusa International of Xenia hosted almost 200 for the annual Kathryn Hagler High Tea last week. The event featured displays on aprons and country living, along with a presentation about the history of aprons by Catherine Wilson, curator of the Greene County Historical Society. The tea is the major fundraising event for this service organization, and proceeds help support projects focused on literacy and leadership.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_CRTea2016.jpgSubmitted photo Altrusa International of Xenia hosted almost 200 for the annual Kathryn Hagler High Tea last week. The event featured displays on aprons and country living, along with a presentation about the history of aprons by Catherine Wilson, curator of the Greene County Historical Society. The tea is the major fundraising event for this service organization, and proceeds help support projects focused on literacy and leadership.
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