Spring Tea 2010

The Greenfield Historical Society hosted Spring Tea with the Pattersons on April 25th. The program was a conversation between Frederick Douglass Patterson and his daughter-in-law, Kathleen Wilson Patterson. Rev. Ricardo Lewis, the Pastor of the A.M.E. Shorter Chapel, portrayed Mr. Patterson and his wife Vonya Lewis, an instructor of Humanities at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, portrayed Kathleen. Finger desserts and beverages were served.

Vonya and Ricardo Lewis portrayed Frederick Douglas Patterson and his daughter-in-law, Kathleen Wislon Patterson.

Ladies waiting for the tea room to open.

Frederick D. Patterson, portrayed by Rev. Ricardo Lewis, has a conversation with Glenna Barr before the tea.

A view of the guests enjoying tea.

The guests enjoyed visiting and viewing the Patterson displays owned by the society and Tom Smith.

The wait staff included Linda Fugate, Susan Long, Mary Boldman, Bev Lyons, Sharon Greene, Melanie Salyers and Susan Thompson.

The Greenfield Historical Society
PO Box 266
Greenfield, Ohio 45123