ADA — For over thirty years, the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary Silver Tea has signaled the opening of the Christmas season in Ada. This year’s Tea will be held Friday in the home of Ed and Judy Anderson, 314 Larsh Lane, south of Oak Hills Country Club.
Featured will be a refreshments table loaded with breads, cookies, candies and finger sandwiches made by auxiliary members. Handmade crafts, elegant silk floral centerpieces and wreaths and baked goods, plus other items themed to the holiday season, will be available for purchase by tea attendees.
Silver Tea hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and musicians from the community, public schools and local university will provide entertainment throughout the day. Proceeds from craft and baked goods sales and donations return directly to Ada and its surrounding communities by providing food, toys and other benefits to those in need during the holiday season.
Parking is available at the Oak Hills Country Club tennis courts parking lot. A shuttle bus will run continuous shifts from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. to deliver guests to the door and back to their cars.