Elegance ~ Grace ~ Lunch ~ Laughter ~ Fun 2 Timothy 1:5

Would you join us... April 8, 2017 Fort Worth, Texas

2017 Generational Hat & Tea Guest Speaker:
Shanterra McBride

2016 Hat & Tea Guest Speaker:
Kandis Davis, Producer at Daystar Television Network

With a deep love for people, Kandis is determined to help others come to know their Creator and understand their life’s purpose.

Since age 12, Kandis had an interest in media and the music industry. During college she hosted a radio show and from there she went on to work in many areas of the music industry, including: artist management, tour promotions, marketing, road management and more. She earned her Bachelors in Public Relations from Hampton University and her Masters in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University.

At age 30, Kandis loves to speak, write, and share God’s word. She also mentors young people and works as a Producer at Daystar Television Network.

Connecting the Dots One Generation at a Time...
"Becoming" The Stages to Womanhood
A Panel of Women at Each Stage ~ teens, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60

Recognizing Mae Reeves African American Milliner
Showstopper Hats Smithsonian National Museum...

During the 1940’s and 50’s, Mae Reeves supplied original hat creations to Lena Horne, Ella Fitgerald, Eartha Kitt and Marian Anderson.

Beauty Attracts, but Character is Unforgettable...
Poise, Etiquette, & Social Grace...

2014 Generational Hat & Tea Social and Fashion Show
Guest Speaker: Ocielia Gibson, Former Miss Black USA

2013 Generational Hat & Tea
Connecting the Dots, One Generation at a Time

2013 Guest Speaker: Dawn Neufeld
VH1 Football Wives
"More Than a Pretty Face"

Thank You Dawn!

Thank you Dawn for being our guest speaker for the 2013 Generational Hat & Tea, your words of wisdom and empowerment touch all who attended.
We especially thank you for being you -- real, authentic, and original.

Dining at its finest

Table manners play an important part in making a favorable impression. They are visible signals of the state of our manners and therefore are essential to professional success. The point of etiquette rules is to make you feel comfortable - not uncomfortable. Read More!

Milliner Mae Reeves

In April 2009, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) acquired part of legendary hat designer Mae Reeves’ extensive hat collection, antique furniture from her millinery shop and other personal items to tell the story about her illustrious career which started in 1930's.

Beauty Attracts, but Character is Unforgettable

I am the apple of my fathers eye. Wonderfully and Fearfully made...

The Wright Family
Congratulations 2012 Generational "Women of Excellence"