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Constance Rhodes Lue

Tea Instructor

Vance-Granville Community College

HQ Phone:  (919) 496-1567

Email: l***@***.edu

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Vance-Granville Community College

8100 NC 56 Highway

Louisburg, North Carolina,27549

United States

Company Description

Vance-Granville Community College, one of the 58 institutions of the North Carolina Community College System, is the local source for higher education and training in Vance, Granville, Franklin and Warren counties, north of the Research Triangle. Established i...more

Background Information

Employment History

Tea Consultant

The Southern Tea Lady


Affiliations

Old North State Tea Society

Founder


Tea Consultant

Consultant


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www.hendersondispatch.com

Constance Lue, who teaches part time for Vance-Granville Community College, was a candidate for the commission, but she withdrew in late September, citing her husband's health as the reason.


www.southernbrideandgroom.com [cached]

This happens to be the most formal of tea occasions, according to Connie Lue of the Old North State Tea Society, who shared a bit about the history of tea and tea etiquette.
The grand finale for a tea event is scones (or "skons" as pronounced by Ms. Lue), which is eaten by splitting down the center and coating tiny bites (for optimal chatting abilities with your company) in your choice of cream, lemon curd or strawberry jam.


www.heraldsun.com

Constance Lue, the founder of the Old North State Tea Society, was our guide through the history and etiquette of the phenomena that is afternoon tea. 


www.hendersondispatch.com

They are joined by Constance Lue, the society's founder.


www.hendersondispatch.com

Constance Lue, founder of the Old North State Tea Society, promises the course will open a whole new world of proper entertaining with the tea experience.


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