FRIDAY OCTOBER 1st – St. Paul’s (52nd) Bazaar!
Important update - The church committee that monitors Covid-19 trends and advises on best practices feels it would be safest if we did takeout only instead of in-person dining for this year's Bazaar. Masks will be required at all times, for everyone inside the church. Our Kitchen Team will be making pot pie and perhaps some other items to be sold To Go.
Bazaar (Crafts, Bake/Canned Goods sale & Flea Market) 9am - 7pm. Chicken Pot Pie Quarts & Pints served 10:00am - until gone; no pre-sales or hold requests please!
Help us get the word out about the Bazaar! Copies of the Bazaar poster are available on the table in the common area. Ask your local stores and businesses if you can put one up on their bulletin board or windows! It helps a lot. Be sure and tell your Family and Friends about it.
GENERAL CHAIRPERSONS: contact Kathy Williams and Jenn Martek with any questions or comments.
KITCHEN: Patty & Dave Scott and Brenda & Tim Kern
Chicken Pickers Needed!!-- Help is needed to prepare our delicious pot pie. Many hands make the work go much faster....and the added bonus is getting to chat and laugh along the way. Chicken Picking: Wed., Sep. 22, 8am-noon. Dough Making: Wed., Sep. 29, 8-noon. Pot Pie Quart Making: Thu., Sep. 30, 8am-? Please join us--sign-up sheets are on the bulletin board in the Commons. No experience necessary--we provide "on-the-job" training! Have any questions, please contact Patty Scott. Thank You!!
COUNTRY CUPBOARD (Bake Sale/Food sale): Shirley Keith Knox and Chris Grice
Lots of goodies (baked goods, jellies, pickles, etc.) are needed for this area. Please drop off your donations Thursday September 30th or early Friday morning October 1st. Cookies, brownies and other finger foods bagged and priced to sell for $1.00 each. We do understand that some items need to be priced higher. Help us out and price your items prior to dropping off. Signup sheet for helpers the day of the bazaar is on the bulletin board.
COUNTRY GIFTS & CRAFTS: Betty Olsen and Anita Miller
We ask that as you have your crafts ready, to please drop off in the Church office. This will allow us the time to price & organize prior to the rush of Bazaar week. If you have an idea of what your item should be sold for, please price it prior to dropping off. If you are not crafty or can’t bake, consider donating some dollars or supplies for the crafters and bakers. Everything helps!
FLEA MARKET: Dale Thorpe and BeckyThompson
Donations needed—Save that good stuff! We do limit the type and number of items we have in our Flea Market sale so that we have fewer leftovers. Donations can be dropped off Sep. 5-26, on the stage.
Holiday & General Decor
Kitchenware (gadgets, bakeware, cookware, etc.)
Furniture (chairs, side tables, small desks, lamps, etc.)
Thanks but, NO:
Electronics (TVs, phones, computers, monitors, etc.)
Glassware (glasses, mugs, vases)
If you have an item that you think we might be able to sell that is not on either list, just ask us about it. Thank you very much for your generosity and understanding!
We will be meeting in Fellowship Hall to sort and price the Flea Market items on the following dates: Saturday September 18th from 10am to 3pm & Sunday September 26th following the service until 4pm. Lunch will be provided (outside) to helpers. Help is also needed Thursday September 30th to setup the Flea Market rooms and again on the day of the Bazaar- signup sheets are on the bulletin board.
PARKING: Tom Olsen
We could use another person to help park cars. Please see Tom if you can help out!
SETUP: Wednesday Evening, Sept. 29, 6 PM (Youth Group & Choirs) Allyssa Boyer
Come out and help us set up the tables & move the flea market items in preparation for the Bazaar.
CLEANUP: Craig Martek
Friday night, approximately 7:00pm help is needed to put away the tables & chairs. This is a perfect chance for folks who can’t take the day off from work on Friday to help out with the Bazaar. We need you!!
If you had previously helped out as a server in the dining room, please consider helping in another area. If you can’t help, please come and buy your lunch or dinner to go & don’t forget to check out the crafts, bake shop goodies and flea market.