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December 10, 2004

Albany- Thronateeska Heritage Center and Albany Parks and Recreation Department teamed up to sponsor a Teddy Bear Tea Party.

In addition to tea, the children did crafts, got a lesson in etiquette, and enjoyed story time with Teddy and Granny.

"We think its a wonderful morning for the children, educational as well as fun and we look forward to having this next year," says Cheryl Croft of Thronateeska.

"There's not a whole lot of things to do with preschool age children in this town and so we're providing them with a great opportunity to enjoy the season and have a great time," adds Kristin Caso of Parks and Recreation.

There will be another tea Saturday at 1 o'clock at Thronateeska. Admission is $5.

Posted at 5:45 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com