One again the Cookie Monster
is asking each of you to bake
6-8 dozen or MORE
Christmas Cookies for our Bazaar.
Traditional beautiful festive Christmas cookies are the best sellers: spritz, peanut blossoms, Russian tea cakes, decorated cut-out sugar and gingerbread cookies are some of the favorites.
What’s your favorite Christmas cookie?
Please share it with us.
COUNTRY HARVEST SWEETS
We are also looking for baked goods, candies, fudge, loaf bread, pies, Swedish rosettes, krumkake, fattigman and sand bakkels; hot chocolate and cider mixes, various trail mixes; canned goods like pickles, relishes, salsa, jams, jellies, beets, sauerkraut.
We request that Christmas cookies, canned goods and baked goods be brought to the church on Friday anytime during the day before 6:00 P.M.
so we have time to set-up and price items.
If you bring cookies in containers that you want back
PLEASE mark your name on BOTH CONTAINERS & LIDS.
A huge “Thank You” to everyone for your donations & help.
Many people are needed to work on sale day at various tasks.
If you are able to help out, please let Sue Halsey 612-390-1094
or any committee person know!
Come and join us. It is a fun day for all.
Bazaar Donations Requested
The Fall Harvest Bazaar Committee is seeking donated items to be sold on the Silent Auction at our Fall Bazaar on November 11. Handmade items such as paintings, cross-stitch pictures, knitted items and wood crafted pieces are very welcome. Antiques are also very popular. We have also sold firewood that was cut, delivered and stacked. Service items such as babysitting, yard-work, or food items (dinner or dessert-of-the-month) are also well received. If you are willing to donate something for the Silent Auction, please contact Shari Salmonson (679-4853) or Carol Allman (679-3380). In order for these items to be displayed and bid on, please have your items or a picture of them at the church by October 5th. We will be ready to begin bidding on the items on Oct. 8th. Thank you very much.
The Fall Bazaar committee is in need of CONTAINERS to use for the WINTER GREEN ARRANGEMENTS which are sold on bazaar day. Arrangements made in “old country” style containers (wood or metal) and big baskets seem to sell well. If anyone has a container from a previous year you can bring it back to be refilled. Containers should be brought in to the church office before November 1st.
Grace Country Harvest Fall Bazaar
Saturday, November 11th, 2017
Join us for a fun morning of making cards for the bazaar, Wednesday, October 11 at 9:00 a.m. No experience necessary!
Synod Journey Fundraiser Kick off!
When: Oct. 29th 6pm till the grub is gone!
Where: Grace Lutheran Church
What: Yummy BBQ meal
Tickets $10 per person (tickets will be on sale during the month of October and at the event)
Why: To support the 13 youth and 2 adults who will journey to Galveston and Houston in June of 2018.
A HUGE Thank you to everyone who donated towards the IMAGE Project, $754.75 was raised to send quilts to the Namnyaki Girls School in Tanzania. This is AMAZING!!!
A Passing Away…
Roy Tokle, a member of the communion of saints at Grace Lutheran Church passed away September 24, 2017. The funeral service to remember god’s gift of eternal life will be held October 4, 2017, 11:00 pm at Ingebrand Funeral Home.
A Passing Away…
Dorothy Klapmeier, a member of the communion of saints at Grace Lutheran Church passed away September 24, 2017. The funeral service to remember god’s gift of eternal life will be held September 28, 2017, 11:00 am at Grace Lutheran Church. There will be vistation an hour prior to the service.