Hats for the occasion


From left, Laura Hobart and Lorry Swindler wear Mardi Gras feather masks as they arrive at a Fat Tuesday all-you-can-eat pancakes event at the Wilmington United Methodist Church. Swindler said hers is from New Orleans, and Hobart said hers was made at a national art teachers conference in New Orleans.


Wearing eye-catching hats and enjoying themselves on Fat Tuesday in the Wilmington United Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall are, from left in the foreground, Henryetta Curtin and Sharon Frost.


Serving in the kitchen — but nonetheless sticking with a “silly hat” theme for Fat Tuesday — are from left Dean Feldmeyer and Randy Riley. The occasion was an all-you-can-eat pancakes event held in the fellowship hall of the Wilmington United Methodist Church. The Faith Lutheran Church in Wilmington also held a Fat Tuesday pancake supper.


From left, Laura Hobart and Lorry Swindler wear Mardi Gras feather masks as they arrive at a Fat Tuesday all-you-can-eat pancakes event at the Wilmington United Methodist Church. Swindler said hers is from New Orleans, and Hobart said hers was made at a national art teachers conference in New Orleans.

Wearing eye-catching hats and enjoying themselves on Fat Tuesday in the Wilmington United Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall are, from left in the foreground, Henryetta Curtin and Sharon Frost.

Serving in the kitchen — but nonetheless sticking with a “silly hat” theme for Fat Tuesday — are from left Dean Feldmeyer and Randy Riley. The occasion was an all-you-can-eat pancakes event held in the fellowship hall of the Wilmington United Methodist Church. The Faith Lutheran Church in Wilmington also held a Fat Tuesday pancake supper.

From left, Laura Hobart and Lorry Swindler wear Mardi Gras feather masks as they arrive at a Fat Tuesday all-you-can-eat pancakes event at the Wilmington United Methodist Church. Swindler said hers is from New Orleans, and Hobart said hers was made at a national art teachers conference in New Orleans.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/03/web1_masks_p_f.jpgFrom left, Laura Hobart and Lorry Swindler wear Mardi Gras feather masks as they arrive at a Fat Tuesday all-you-can-eat pancakes event at the Wilmington United Methodist Church. Swindler said hers is from New Orleans, and Hobart said hers was made at a national art teachers conference in New Orleans.

Wearing eye-catching hats and enjoying themselves on Fat Tuesday in the Wilmington United Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall are, from left in the foreground, Henryetta Curtin and Sharon Frost.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/03/web1_frost_p_f.jpgWearing eye-catching hats and enjoying themselves on Fat Tuesday in the Wilmington United Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall are, from left in the foreground, Henryetta Curtin and Sharon Frost.

Serving in the kitchen — but nonetheless sticking with a “silly hat” theme for Fat Tuesday — are from left Dean Feldmeyer and Randy Riley. The occasion was an all-you-can-eat pancakes event held in the fellowship hall of the Wilmington United Methodist Church. The Faith Lutheran Church in Wilmington also held a Fat Tuesday pancake supper.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/03/web1_riley_p_f.jpgServing in the kitchen — but nonetheless sticking with a “silly hat” theme for Fat Tuesday — are from left Dean Feldmeyer and Randy Riley. The occasion was an all-you-can-eat pancakes event held in the fellowship hall of the Wilmington United Methodist Church. The Faith Lutheran Church in Wilmington also held a Fat Tuesday pancake supper.