High Tea reorganizes with new board and original logo
BELLAIRE – In the spring of 2004, Alden business owner Jane Van Etten had a conversation with a lady by the name of Dee Lynch.
Van Etten wanted to do something to give back to her community. Lynch, a past spokesperson for the National Cancer Foundation after the tragic death of her daughter Susan from breast cancer in 1996, had just returned from London, England with her husband Ron, where they had attended a formal High Tea.
And what is known today as simply “the High Tea,” was born.
Since 2004, the organization has helped hundreds of local women, and a few men, attempting to deal with breast cancer or the possibility of breast cancer.
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