Photo by Erica Techo.
At each Tablescapes luncheon, groups will create elaborate table setups and come together to support King’s Home Shelby Auxiliary.
Former first lady Patsy Adams Riley is set to speak at this year’s Tablescapes luncheon.
During her eight years in the governor’s mansion, Riley worked as an advocate for children in addition to taking on other roles as first lady. Riley has been with since it was founded 10 years ago.
Tablescapes is an annual luncheon hosted by King’s Home Shelby Auxiliary, formerly Hannah Home, which raises money for the 13,000-square-foot home in Shelby County that provides housing for women and children fleeing domestic violence and homelessness.
The luncheon is April 19 at Metro Church of God and includes a silent auction in addition to food catered by Ann Constantine. The morning will start with a “sip and see” and silent auction from 10-11:45 a.m., and the luncheon is at noon.
Each of the 30 tables will be decorated with a tablescape created by a luncheon sponsor.
“God has been faithful throughout the years of serving the women and children, and in fact, has done so for 10 years now,” said Pam Bradford, president of King’s Home Shelby Auxiliary and chairwoman of the 2017 Tablescapes luncheon. “We are excited about what he has done in the past and look forward to the future with open minds and hearts.”
Tickets are $40 at hannahhome.org or by contacting Barbara Brickner at 837-8175 or firstname.lastname@example.org.