Tea was a sweet success

Thank you for attending the Frederick & Nelson tea (Reporter Jan. 21). I truly appreciate it. You put together a great spread (and even caught me red handed with my cake!). This whole Frederick & Nelson thing really took off in a way I never imagined, and I’m grateful for your coverage.

Thank you for attending the Frederick & Nelson tea (Reporter Jan. 21). I truly appreciate it. You put together a great spread (and even caught me red handed with my cake!). This whole Frederick & Nelson thing really took off in a way I never imagined, and I’m grateful for your coverage.

Thanks again! What a fun, local community event.

Adam Conley

Communications director

Chateau Retirement

Communities, Bothell

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