(l-r): Trinity Rieger, Teresa Rieger, Lynn Paul, Jenna Paul, Dacy Buerkle and Nicole Buerkle.

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On April 25, the Baker Womencraft Club hosted a Mother and Daughter Tea for the graduating girls from the Baker and Plevna Schools. The girls were welcomed by a member of the Womencraft Club at the door, and then asked to sign the guest book. They then proceeded to choose a table and take their seats. The program began with a welcome, and then short speeches from Olivia and Dorinda Gunderson. Mrs. Teresa Bruha then performed several musical pieces for the group. Afterwards, the students and their mothers had the opportunity to take some group pictures. The group was then served refreshments and chatted, while they enjoyed the food.


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