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Tea Pours $1,000 Into Statue Fund

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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
March
Year
1987
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Birthday Tea To Raise Funds For Sculpture

Birthday Tea To Raise Funds For Sculpture image
Parent Issue
Day
6
Month
March
Year
1987
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Patsy's 29th Party Will Help Africans

Patsy's 29th Party Will Help Africans image
Parent Issue
Day
7
Month
March
Year
1985
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Patsy Chandler, Left, Is Greeted By Kathy Majors At The 41st Chandler Birthday Club Tea, March 10, 1997

Patsy Chandler, Left, Is Greeted By Kathy Majors At The 41st Chandler Birthday Club Tea, March 10, 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 10, 1997
Caption
Eric Noyd drops to one knee as he and sister, Cherrelle, and Richard Brown sing, "I know the Lord is Real" during the 41st annual Patsy Chandler Birthday Club Tea. Below, Kathy Majors, right, greets the guest of honor, Patsy Chandler.

Children Sing At The 41st Chandler Birthday Club Tea, March 10, 1997

Children Sing At The 41st Chandler Birthday Club Tea, March 10, 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 10, 1997
Caption
Eric Noyd drops to one knee as he and sister, Cherrelle, and Richard Brown sing, "I know the Lord is Real" during the 41st annual Patsy Chandler Birthday Club Tea. Below, Kathy Majors, right, greets the guest of honor, Patsy Chandler.

David Shields Sings At The 41st Chandler Birthday Club Tea, March 10, 1997

David Shields Sings At The 41st Chandler Birthday Club Tea, March 10, 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 10, 1997
Caption
David Shields sings a solo during the Patsy Chandler Birthday Club Tea

Patsy Chandler Is Given Award By Ypsilanti Mayor Pete Murdock, March 13, 1988

Patsy Chandler Is Given Award By Ypsilanti Mayor Pete Murdock, March 13, 1988 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 13, 1988
Caption
Ex-teacher honored at tea: About 100 residents turned out for the Patsy Chandler Birthday Club Tea Sunday at the Perry Child Development Center where former Ypsilanti educator C. Eugene Beatty was honored. Proceeds from the tea will go towards the creation of a bust of Beatty that the club plans to place at the center. Clockwise from upper left, soprano Ruthie Marshall and pianist Mary Taylor perform; guest speaker Lowell Perry watches as Beatty gets a hug from 17-year-old Meredith Perry; the crowd joins in song and prayer; Ypsilanti Mayor Pete Murdock presents Chandler with a plaque honoring her many years of community service.