St. Mark Presbyterian Women
invites you to celebrate the women who stuck their necks out to secure for women the right to vote!

Women’s Suffrage Movement and the Golden Lane in St. Louis
(What did Presbyterians think about the issue of the day?)

Wednesday, January 30
1:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

It all started with a tea party…. So what could be a more appropriate setting to celebrate the women who stuck their necks out to win the right to vote for women than the annual Presbyterian Women’s Tea on Wednesday, January 30? This not-for- women only event will feature a speaker presenting the history behind the American Woman’s Suffrage Movement. The tea table will get inspiration from the Suffrage Cookbook, a major fundraiser for the movement.

Colors and symbols for the day will be gold, white, yellow, sunflowers, yellow roses, sashes and parasols.
Join the fun and dress for the occasion!
The fun begins at 1:00 and again at 6:30 p.m. in Rooms 304/305.
Please make your reservation at the PW Table in the Narthex.

This event is NOT for women only!

St. Mark Presbyterian Church
601 Claymont Dr.
Ballwin. MO 63011