Oakland Sidney United Methodist Church
Friday, November 16, 2018
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Church Fair



United Methodist Women Harvest Fair


 November 3rd from 9 AM to 2 PM



The United Methodist Women hope that everyone will feel free to be a part of this Harvest Fair and be involved in some way or other.  Maybe you will stop by for a muffin and coffee in the morning, or for a delicious lunch.  Either way you will probably want to shop at Grandma's Attic or at one of the tables.  How else can you help?  Here are some possibilities . . .

Food Table--you could help with a contribution of baked goods, homemade pickles or jam, candy or even any fresh produce from you garden.  See Joan Finemore or Josephine Smith.

Grandma's Attic--will gladly receive your antique or household items that you are no longer using.  Things brought in should be clean and in good condition.  See Betty Pellerin or Lorraine Somers.

An added note from Betty Pellerin re. Grandma's Attic:  Let's look on our top shelves, attic, basement, garage,  and ask our neighbors and friends to do the same.  We will pick up if necessary.  Please call Betty at 877-7879 or Lorraine Somers at 465-2991.

Silent Auction Table--Items for this table could include theme baskets, some special thing you would like to give, gift certificates from local businesses; you get the idea, just use your imagination.  See Jan Osborn or Linda Sprague.

Books, Books, Books Table--They may be fiction, non-fiction, educational, children's books, recipe books or whatever you want to bring.  This will be a great place to browse.  See Selma Pulcifur or Jean Mullins.

Jewelry Table--It is probably time to sort through your jewelry and scarves.  We will take the things that you can part with for this table.  See  Lori Sheive or Jean Ponitz.

Craft Table--This table will have whatever you might have made:  knitted items, something from your wood workshop, your sewing room, your art space.  What doesn't sell, will be returned to you.  See Ginny Merritt.

Some of the ways the money raised by the fair are: regular contributions to the church, to the Salem Economic Ministry, response to special requests, purchase of some of the supplies for coffee fellowship, banners and other special requests.