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Red Hat Society Inducts New Members

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A new sisterhood of women in Moreno Valley under the auspices of the Red Had Society sang songs of inspiration and friendship as they officially became members of the new Ebony Rose Hatters chapter.

Eighteen members, 50 and older, were inducted into the chapter by founder Queen Mum, Brenda Brazier. The members share a sisterhood with one another by attending social events, meeting for luncheons and really enjoy going to teas.

The tea was held at March Air Reserve Base where guests were treated to a delicious lunch featured speaker Marward Taylor with the theme "Walking, Talking, Joyfully as Red Hatters."

One guest, 85-year-old Alberta Mable Kearney, founder of the Perris Museum, shared her experience of living through many challenges and how thankful she is to live long enough to see the advancement and progress made by women of the twenty first century.

During the program, each new member dressed in eloquent purple attire and beautiful red hats of all types.

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l-r back: Bobby Wright, Brenda Dixon, Dorothy Massey, Delanna Townsend, Wilda Whitfield, Betty Alexander, Carol McKinnon - Vice Queen: Front: Doris Edwards, Joanne Bowyer, Brenda Brazier - Queen Mom, Saluzella Saucer, and Tina Thomas.

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