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Published: 6/19/2013


'Downton Abbey' tea party at Way Public Library

Ladies of 'high society' gathered at Way Public Library Tuesday, June 18, 2013, for a tea party in honor of the television show, 'Downton Abbey.' Hosted by WGTE's TV Program Coordinator Cathy Kamenca, the evening included a tea service, finger foods, trivia, behind-the-scenes clips and a few tidbits about the upcoming fourth season. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

'I wanted something unique,' Caroline Abbott, of Perrysburg, said of her hat. Abbott found the hat at a Maumee antique store. Abbot joined dozens of other local residents in attending a 'high society' tea party in honor of the television show, 'Downton Abbey' at the Way Public Library in Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 'I wanted something unique,' Caroline Abbott, of Perrysburg, said of her hat. Abbott found the hat at a Maumee ...
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Volunteer Pat Maust, center, poured tea for attendees of the first tea party in honor of the television show 'Downton Abbey.' Enlarge | Buy This Photo Volunteer Pat Maust, center, poured tea for attendees of the first tea party in honor of the television show 'Downton Abbey.'
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Gabe Aleman, 16, center left, Jessie Counterman, 17, center, and Rayat Ahmed, 17, all of Perrysburg, right, laugh as they concoct their nobility names during the party. Each attendee created a name for themselves using their middle name, the name of their street and the name of the county in which they were born. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Gabe Aleman, 16, center left, Jessie Counterman, 17, center, and Rayat Ahmed, 17, all of Perrysburg, right, laugh as they ...
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Susan Mutschler, of Sylvania, center left, and Mary Patterson, of Perrysburg, right, sipped their tea while wearing similar hats during a 'high society' tea party. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Susan Mutschler, of Sylvania, center left, and Mary Patterson, of Perrysburg, right, sipped their tea while wearing similar hats during ...
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WGTE's TV Program Coordinator Cathy Kamenca speaks to the audience of several dozen local residents who attended the tea party. Enlarge | Buy This Photo WGTE's TV Program Coordinator Cathy Kamenca speaks to the audience of several dozen local residents who attended the tea party....
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Jeanine Gentry, of Norwalk, center, laughed as she and several dozen other local residents watched previews of upcoming programming on WGTE. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jeanine Gentry, of Norwalk, center, laughed as she and several dozen other local residents watched previews of upcoming programming on ...
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Christine Scarlett of Maumee mixes her tea. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Christine Scarlett of Maumee mixes her tea.
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