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High Tea & Hats: Save Your Spot to Help Serve C. Fla Seniors

High Tea & Hats: Save Your Spot to Help Serve C. Fla Seniors

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Date(s) - 30 Apr 2017
2:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Rosen Plaza Hotel



Dress in your most spectacular hat for a delightful afternoon celebrating Seniors First, a non-profit organization providing vital support to enhance the quality of life for seniors living in Orange and Seminole Counties. The Rosen Plaza Hotel hosts the Tenth Annual High Tea & Hats event to benefit Seniors First with exotic teas, scrumptious tea sandwiches, desserts and fresh fruit.

Guests will participate in the annual stylish hat contest and parade plus enjoy the Itsy Bitsy Hat Parade, just for kids. Bid on fabulous items available in the silent and chance auctions, and purchase tickets for a chance to win the “Wall of Wine” and the Grand Prize trip to Las Vegas, all while raising funds to support Seniors First in its mission to maintain seniors’ dignity and independence with nutritional assistance and other much-needed support. Individual tickets are now available; $65 for an adult ticket and $40 for children 12 and under. Tables and sponsorships are also available.

Celebrity emcees and hat judges will preside over the festivities, and the 2017 Hats Off Award winner will be presented, recognizing a person or organization for their support of the community and the mission of Seniors First. Past Hats Off Award recipients include Lowndes, Drosdick, Kantor & Reed, HUB International; Harris Rosen, President of Rosen Hotels & Resorts; and Central Florida philanthropist Harriett Lake.


Please call (407) 615-8979 for tickets and more information, or visit www.HighTeaAndHats.com.

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Seniors First, Inc is a nonprofit social service organization dedicated to the needs of Central Florida senior citizens. The organization’s mission it to enhance the quality of life for seniors by maintaining their independence and dignity through nutrition and other support services. To learn more about Seniors First, or to make a donation, call (407) 292-0177 or visit www.seniorsfirstinc.org.


Katherine Brown

Seniors First, Inc.

(407) 615-8979