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5:27 AM Wed, Nov. 21st

Cordes Lakes cooks conjure up another successful event

Lee Digges shows off the vase he won, while Betty Digges looks on.<br>
BBN Photo/Pat Williamson

Lee Digges shows off the vase he won, while Betty Digges looks on.<br> BBN Photo/Pat Williamson

The Tuesday Club ladies put on their very first brunch at Cordes Lakes with a sumptuous feast.

Coordinator Doris Phelps is former caterer, assuring the event's success.

The chafing dishes held quiche made with sausage and ham, home-fries, green beans almondine, baked ham, rolls and thick slices of buttered toast.

The salad bar brimmed with various salad makings as well as many fresh fruits and cheeses. And if that wasn't enough, the dessert table featured brownies and a streusel cake.

Each table had its own pitcher of orange juice and Clara Drish pushed the beverage cart around the tables making sure no cup or glass was ever empty.

Door prizes galore were a hit with everyone.

Mel Reynolds won a gift certiicate to Wal-Mart worth more than he paid for the brunch. Brittany Atwood won an Applebee's gift certificate, and there were vases, aqua globes, and many other prizes.

Amusing everyone, a very young Nicholas Summit won the basket of Mary Kay cosmetics, and his mother sells Avon.

Anice Grant was hoping to win the Precious Moments figurine, but it went home with someone else. The Tuesday Club can guarantee, however, that no one went home hungry!