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Margaritas in May



Story and photography by Joyce Taylor

Guests were welcomed to the home of Kristin Demos with a margarita or wine and fabulous food, provided by Peter D’s catering. Friends visited and enjoyed the sunshine while supporting Saint Thomas Rutherford Ambassadors.

Ambassadors President Ann Elizabeth Rucker announced that proceeds from this event were to support the Saint Louise Clinic. Fees there are based on a sliding scale, according to ability to pay, following the mission of Saint Thomas to provide health care to all ages regardless of insurance or financial resources.

The ladies of Ambassadors always welcome new members and encourage prospective members to e-mail STR Foundation Director Gina DeJean at [email protected]. All members are notified concerning upcoming events hosted by Ambassadors, and these ladies do stay busy.

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