A Royal Tea Party In the ‘Land of Commerce’

By EGP Staff Report

The Royal Court of “the land of Commerce” enjoys a day of fairytales. (Courtesy of Jason Stinnett)

The Royal Court of “the land of Commerce” enjoys a day of fairytales. (Courtesy of Jason Stinnett)

The City of Commerce hosted its 2nd Annual Royal Tea Party Saturday at Bandini Park. Children ages 3 to 10 from “across the land” of Commerce came to the party dressed in their prince and princess finery, and were treated to the reading of fairytales by Miss Commerce, Shanese Perea.

The event was created to help children improve their social skills and self-esteem by spending quality time with Miss Commerce and her Royal Court over tea and cookies, said Commerce spokesperson Jason Stinnet via email.

At the end of the event, the Royal Tea Party group took photos to create a “keepsake with all the children in the land.”

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January 16, 2014  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.

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