THEY stepped back in time at the recent Roaring 20s afternoon organised by the Lioness Club.
Flappers and Dapper Dans were in abundance at the ‘High Tea’ event at the Tea Gardens Hotel.
“It was great to see people, including the men, dressed up in the Roaring 20s theme,” Lioness President Linda Allen said.
“The Trivia Quiz was on the same theme and had contestants scratching their heads trying to stimulate their memories.”
The ‘Old Bones Ukulele Group’ performed music from the era.
Roger Carey from ‘Port Stephens Jewellery’ displayed and discussed jewellery renovation, design and repairs.
He also donated $300 to the event.
“We managed to raise about $1,000 on the day and a donation for this amount will be made for Prostate Cancer Research,” Linda said.
“Also a big thank you to the members of the Lioness Club for their support in organising, planning and participation in the day.”
“Without you this day would not have happened.”
“Thanks to the three local bakeries for the donations of the scones and to Emily and Ben Hanson for the use of the Tea Gardens Hotel.”
By Margie TIERNEY