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Updated: 02/27/2014 08:00:02AM

Club learns about ‘A Passionate Victorian’

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Beau Carson gives a presentation during the Arcadia Literary Club meeting at Mary Margaret's Tea & Biscuit.

By DARLENE FOSTER

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The charming Mary Margaret’s Tea and Biscuit in downtown Arcadia was the perfect setting for the February Arcadia Literary Club meeting to continue exploring the heritage of a 100-year-old DeSoto County organization. Co-hostesses Sally Aldrich, Susan Barnes and Diane Baxley greeted the members as the Mary Margaret’s staff delicious desserts of raspberry crepes, bread pudding, fresh fruit and other luscious offerings.

The club welcomed April Ainsworth, a friend of member Heidi deJong. Secretary Raye Southwell read the minutes from the previous meeting, and Treasurer Sally Aldrich gave her report. Anniversary committee member Theresa Wheeler discussed the coming celebration of the Arcadia Literary Club’s 100th year anniversary. Members then settled back to hear a fascinating book review by Beau Carson.

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