Our inaugural Edgehill Tea, hosted on Friday, May 19th, turned out to be a lovely affair. We had “Old Girls” from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and even an “Old Girl” who started as an Edgehill girl and finished as a King’s-Edgehill School graduate. Patricia Harrington (1975-1981) may have graduated from King’s-Edgehill School; however, her first year of school coincided with Edgehill’s last year before the amalgamation.
Rounding out our illustrious group were Barb Ryan (1951-1952), Elizabeth McMichael (1950-1953), Karen MacBride (1961-1963), Barbara Redden (1965-1967), Nora Eaton (1975-1976), Cindy DeMont (1972-1976) , Jane Davis (1971-1976), and Monika Wohlmuth.
We plan to host our next Edgehill Tea early in the fall. We hope you can join us!
Heather Strickey Director of Advancement and Alumni Relations
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