Donna Koch

Royal High Tea: Eagle Ridge Manor in Port Hardy celebrates royal wedding

Royal High Tea was observed by 30 residents of Eagle Ridge Manor in Port Hardy to celebration of the royal wedding Friday, Apr. 29.

Royal High Tea was observed by 30 residents of Eagle Ridge Manor in celebration of the royal wedding Thursday, Apr. 29.

Recreational Activities Worker, Louise Dugas invested two weeks preparing for the gala that featured costumed residents and staff, fine pastries, tea, a bridal couple, flags, photos of the royal family and royal weddings, memorabilia, and the royal wedding on tape.

“I got up at three a.m. to tape the wedding,” said Dugas.

With the tape of the wedding being the centre piece of the Royal High Tea Dugas said she couldn’t risk setting the machine to record while she slept.


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