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Red Hat Society chapter attends murder mystery show

Shown are in back (l-r) Kevin McClinton, Al McIlvain, Bob Timte, Trudy Rosenblatt and Charlie Young. In front are JoAnn McIlvain, Shirley Timte, Carole McClinton, Pat Holzer and BJ Young, queen and captain. SUBMITTED PHOTO
August 12, 2017

The RHS Pirates of the Delaware Bay Chapter, a supporting chapter of the Red Hat Society, is still going strong. The women and their mates dress in pirate or wench garb. Their adventures are not on any set day; they meet "as the wind blows." Their dress code is not the normal Red Hat style of red and purple because they are not a normal group. Their logo pins and some red and purple on the head are still included in their attire.

In August they attended a Murder Mystery Show at Suicide Bridge in Hurlock, Md. The Light House Tour with Cape Water Taxi will be Wednesday, Sept. 13. The chapter's birthday is Tuesday, Sept. 19, which is Talk Like A Pirate Day, when members will be attending the WBOC “Delmarva Life” TV show. Any woman who is a supporting member of the Red Hat Society is welcome to join the crew. The Red Hat Society is a playgroup for women created to connect like-minded women, make new friends and enrich lives through the power of fun and friendship.

For more information, contact Pirate Queen Captain BJ Young at bjy324@verizon.net. or go to www.redhatsociety.com.