The Episcopal Deanery Choir of St. Croix, led by Choir Director Monica Jacobs (center), outdid itself again!! This time, it was the Centennial Tea Party. Over 100 persons wearing fashionable hats, gloves, bow ties and polka dots gathered at the D.C. Canegata Recreation Center to sip tea, nibble on delicacies, and enjoy a Sunday afternoon of singing, dancing, skits, laughter and more laughter. The Tea Party was one of many events scheduled this year in celebration of the Centennial of the Episcopal Diocese of the Virgin Islands, which was transferred from the Episcopal Diocese of Antigua, West Indies to The Episcopal Church on April 30, 1919. A bright collage of colors filled the Center as the ladies "fancied" themselves, and the gentlemen displayed their courtly manners.