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Clayton: Silver Camellia Tea honors pioneering families

Published Wednesday February 17

CLAYTON — Clayton Club co-owner Stephen Barton sauntered across Main Street to the Clayton Historical Society and Museum last Sun to take part in the 39th annual Silver Camellia Tea.

While the beverages of choice did vary, there remained a common thread.

Barton and his friend and employee Eric Scredel are members of E Clampus Vitus, a fraternal group of men committed to honoring history in the western states — and the tea honors the town’s pioneering families.

The old families still do come. It’s just an old-style get-together, remarked JoAnn Caspar, president of the Clayton Historical Society.

Article length: About 430 words.
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