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Fall for your favorite bazaars

Sept. 20
– 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Christ Episcopal Church, Old U.S. Highway 70, Cleveland
Features: Handmade quilt to be raffled, gigantic yard sale (no clothes), entertainment by county groups (clogging, singing, etc.), games and activities for children, new items for sale including collectibles, booths by local outside vendors.Menu: Hickory smoked barbecue, hot dogs, drinks. Homemade cakes, pies, baked goods for sale. Homemade chili for sale by pints.
Proceeds benefit the church.
Chairman: Claudia Register, 704-278-4788.
Sept. 27-
7 a.m.-7 p.m.,Christ United Methodist Church, 3401 Mooresville Road
Features: County Store with homemade food and crafts, jewelry, Christmas items. “Trash to Treasure” yard sale, silent auction.Menu: Breakfast 7-10 a.m., biscuits with sausage, ham or bacon, pastries, coffee, juice; lunch 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken salad, tenderloin; supper 5-7 p.m., ham, potato salad, slaw, green beans.Proceeds benefit church mission program and building fund.
Chairman: Pat Gilbert, 704- 633-6361.
Oct. 4
– 8 a.m.-2 p.m.,Providence United Methodist Women, 6450 Bringle Ferry Road
Features: Homemade cakes, canned foods, preserves, crafts.
Menu: Sausage biscuits, pork barbecue.
Proceeds benefit missions, church projects.
Chairman: Barbara Howard, 704-633-6675.
– 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Women of Concord United Methodist Church, Mocksville (Take 601 North to Mocksville, right on 801, right on Cherry Hill Road, church on left)
Features: Crafts and baked goods.
Menu: Chicken pie, country ham, green beans and corn, potato salad, biscuits and desserts, hot dogs all day.
All proceeds benefit missions.
Chairman: Pat Patterson, 336-998-7103. Take-out orders: 336-998-2429.
Oct. 11
– 8 a.m.-2 p.m., New Hope Lutheran Church, 1615 Brantley Road, Kannapolis
Features: Crafts, gifts, yard sale, bake sale, basket raffle.
Menu: Breakfast and lunch items.
Proceeds benefit New Hope’s building fund, proceeds from basket raffle benefit Cooperative Christian Ministry and Habitat for Humanity’s Women’s Build Program.
Chairman: Erna Brown, 704-932-3716.
– 8 a.m.-noon, Crafty Ladies of Trinity United Methodist Church, 416 East 1st. St., Kannapolis
Features: Seasonal and non-seasonal crafts.
Menu: Sausage and ham biscuits, fried apple pies, coffee, juice.
Proceeds benefit church projects.
Chairman: Doris Buchanan, 704-933-8431.
– 7 a.m.-2 p.m., Grace Lower Stone Church, 2405 Lower Stone Church Road, Rockwell
Features: Canned vegetables, homemade noodles.
Menu: Breakfast, hot dogs, hamburgers, dumplings.
Proceeds benefit families of David Freeman and Wayne Kepley.
Chairman: Mary Ann Brafford, 704-786-5288.
Oct. 18
– 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Gold Hill Wesleyan Church, 820 Liberty Road, Gold Hill
Features: Canned and baked goods, crafts.
Menu: Breakfast biscuits, barbecue chicken.
Proceeds benefit the building fund.
Chairman: Teresa Earnhardt, 704-279-7897.
– 8 a.m.-1 a.m., Main Street United Methodist Women, 1312 N. Main St.
Features: Yard sale and bake sale.
Menu: Country ham biscuits, coffee, soft drinks.
Proceeds benefit missions.
Chairman: Dot Loflin, 704-633-3158.Oct. 25
– 8 a.m.-1 p.m.,St. Paul’s Lutheran Women, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 205 St. Paul’s Church Road.
Features: Mountain apples, mountain cabbage, canned goods, cakes, pies, cookies, brownies, cookbooks, crafts and other seasonal and decorative items. Handcrafted corner shelf piece and a handcrafted pie safe offered for purchase and drawing. Tickets for the drawing will be available in advance or at the door. You don’t need to be present to win.
St. Paul’s Parish Nurse Ministry will be sponsoring free blood pressure checks and have other health related information available in their booth.
Menu: The Lutheran Men from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. will serve breakfast. The Lutheran Women from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. will serve lunch. Cost is $4 for a grilled hamburger or hot dog, chili, slaw, chips, drink and dessert. Lunch tickets will be available in advance or at the door.
Proceeds benefit St. Paul’s Lutheran Men and Lutheran Women.
Chairman: Alison Moore, 704-633-0922 (8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday).
Nov. 1
– 11 a.m.-7:30 p.m., St. Luke’s Reformed Church, 1775 St. Luke’s Church Road
Features: Baked goods, crafts, quilt raffle.
Menu: Chicken pie, chicken noodles, green beans, corn, sweet potato casserole, slaw, beets, pickles, desserts.
Proceeds benefit church projects.
Chairman: Harriet Fisher, 704-279-5005.
– Starts at 8 a.m.,Lyerly Evangelical Church, 1320 Crescent Road., Rockwell
Features: Crafts, gently used items.
Menu: Homemade baked items.
Proceeds benefit church projects.
Chairman: Kay Peele, 704- 279-7162.
– 8 a.m.-1 p.m., Henderson Independent High School Community Day, 1215 N. Main St.
Features: Community yard sale, 3-on-3 basketball tournament.
Menu: Baked goods.
Benefits the PTA.
Chairman: Sherry Alexander, 704-639-3133.
Nov. 8
– 7 a.m.-4 p.m., China Grove Church of God, 413 N. Franklin St., China Grove
Features: Crafts, silent auction, live auction.
Menu: Breakfast: ham biscuits, sausage biscuits; lunch: barbecue chicken or pork, beans, slaw.
Proceeds benefit building fund.
Chairman: Ann Sprinkle, 704-857-7973.
– 8 a.m.-2 p.m.,St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 326 N. Main St., China Grove
Features: Fence post Santas, tin can Santas, picnic baskets, crafts, baked goods and more.
Menu: Breakfast 8 a.m.-10 a.m. with ham and sausage biscuits, coffee, juice; lunch 11 a.m.-2 p.m. with homemade soups, sandwich, drink, dessert.
Proceeds benefit local outreach programs.
Chairpersons: Kay Kluttz 704-857-9202 and Bonnie Kramer 704- 857-5067.- Starts at 4 p.m.,St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church WELCA, 4401 St. Stephen’s Church Road, Gold Hill.Features: Quilt raffle, crafts.
Menu: Homemade chicken dumplings and noodles, hot dogs, desserts.
Proceeds benefit various church projects.
Chairman: Anne Spence, 704- 436-8977.
Nov. 20 (Thursday)
– 9 a.m.-noon, Poplar Tent ECA (Extension Community Association) of Cabarrus County at Poplar Tent Presbyterian Church, Poplar Tent Road, Concord
Features: Charity auction, gift baskets, handmade Christmas decorations, handmade gifts and clothes.
Menu: Homemade candy, cakes, pies, cookies.
Proceeds benefit Hefner VA Medical Center, C-Van, Meals on Wheels, soup kitchen, fans for needy, Cabarrus Christian Ministry, Salvation Army, local school supplies.
Chairman: Virgie Linker, 704- 782-3727.Nov. 22
– 8 a.m.-3 p.m.,Shiloh Reformed Church of Faith, Faith
Features: Homemade baked goods, frozen chicken, squash and broccoli casseroles and crafts and homemade goodies.
Menu: Barbecue dinners.
Chairpersons: Emily Talley and Kerri Hatley, 704-279-2260.
– East Corinth Baptist Church, 12510 Stokes Ferry Road, Gold Hill
Features: Homemade jellies, cakes, crafts, auction at 7 p.m.
Menu: Barbecue chicken and fixings for $7.50, tickets should be purchased in advance (call 704-638-0052 on day of bazaar).
Proceeds for the building fund.
Chairman: Ruth Safrit, 704- 636-8485.
– 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Salisbury Parks and Recreation, Salisbury Civic Center, 315 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave.
Features: Arts and crafts from local artisans.
Menu: Various refreshments available for purchase.
Proceeds benefit Salisbury Parks and Recreation
Chairman: Jeff Holshouser, Interim Program Manager/Civic Center Coordinator, 704-638-5275 or 704-216-PLAY.

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