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Submitted by Virginia Carpenter, Secretary
Eight senior girls attended the Annual Senior Tea on May 11, 2022, held at the Knox County High School Gym. The event was hosted by Knox County Family and Community Education (FCE).
Senior girls attending were Angel Carr, Daniela Dooley, Hannah Dye, Alexandrea Kelsey, Matilyn Parrish, Elainia Pulliam, Cheyenne Snyder and Taylor Walker.
President of Knox Co. FCE, Diana Cheatum, welcomed the senior girls and their guests. She introduced the FCE members that were present: Pam Franke, Linda Harder, Virginia Carpenter, Nena Palmer, Carolyn Morgret and Kathryn Wilkerson.
Diana Cheatum introduced Pam Franke to emcee the Style Show portion of the program. The senior girls participated in the Style Show by exhibiting their prom dresses and accessories, and then introducing their invited guests, which consisted of mothers, grandmothers, great-grandmother, aunts, sister, step-mother and friends.
Diana Cheatum introduced the guest speaker, Olivia Trujillo of Copacetic Cosmetics, a fairly new business in Edina. Ms. Trujillo spoke on “Beauty Basics”. She gifted each senior girl present a sampler kit of beauty products and she analyzed the skin color type of the girls as well as some of their guests. She covered the basics from cleansing, moisturizing, sun screen to concealer and mascara, finishing with nail polish technique.
Gifts from the two local banks were presented to each girl, and door prizes donated by some local businesses were drawn from the names of the senior girls. Refreshments of cookies, punch, nuts and homemade mints were served to all.
FCE is a volunteer organization of individuals who strive to strengthen adult education, to share their good sense and experience for improvement of home and community life. They promote programs to protect American family life. Continuing education, developing leadership and community action are their three major concerns.