A lovely afternoon for a Silver Tea

St. Germaine Children’s Charity introduced the Silver Tea in 1984 to raise funds for programs to prevent child abuse. Since that first tea, more than $2 million has been collected on behalf of children in harm’s way. The mission continued Dec. 8 at the La Jolla home of Diane and Roy Bell. The couple hosted the 25th annual benefit, chaired this year by Lisa Khoury and Tiffany Brown.

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