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Fall Bazaars 2016


Farmington Fire Department

Date: Oct. 23, 2-5 p.m.

Location: 1880 Farmington Road, Mocksville

Features: Craft vendors, homemade items, 50/50 raffle, hotdog sales, baked goodies. Kids dressed for Halloween can visit each of the vendors for trick or treating goodies.

Proceeds benefit: The Fire Department

Regina Benfield, 336-909-3559


Women of Organ Lutheran (O-Wings)

Date: Nov. 5, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Location: 1515 Organ Church Road

Menu: Homemade chicken & dumplings, Brunswick stew, desserts

Features: Homemade noodles, handmade jewelry, home canned goods and jellies, whole cakes-pies, florals-shrubs-trees from Brown’s Nursery. Raffles for baskets, woven bottom ladderback chairs, numbered Kincaid print, more.

Proceeds benefit: Organ Lutheran Outreach Ministry

Le-Nea Goble, 704-202-2669


St. Luke’s Reformed

Date: Nov. 5, 11 a.m.

Location: 1775 St. Luke’s Church Road

Menu: Fall chicken pie and noodle dinner; carry out available

Features: Hand made items and baked goods

Harriet Fisher, 704-638-0458


Central UMC

Date: Nov. 5, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Location: 200 4th St., Spencer

Features: Hand crafted items, gift ideas, homemade baked goods, candy and more, ready-to-cook chicken pies and meatloaf

Menu: Chicken and dumplings, slaw and dessert; dine in or carry out

Proceeds benefit: Missions

Chair: Melinda Dudley 704-636-9190, Rita Sims 704-633-3415


St. James Reformed

Date: Nov. 12, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Location: 8350 Walnut St., Mt. Pleasant

Features: Handmade crafts, home canned-baked goods, themed basket silent auction, $1 raffles, $5 raffle for a chance at $300 or $100 Bass Pro Shop gift cards.

Menu: Breakfast biscuits, coffee, juice at 8 a.m. BBQ plates or sandwiches 11 a.m. Eat in or carry out. BBQ also sold by the lb.

Proceeds benefit: Church missions, benevolences, outreach.

St. James Women’s Circle, 704-932-6401


Shiloh Women’s Guild

Date: Nov. 19, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Location: Shiloh Reformed Church of Faith, in Faith

Features: Crafts, canned vegetable soup, frozen chicken pies, homemade baked goods.

Menu: 8-11 Country ham biscuits $2. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Port-a-Pit BBQ chicken, slaw, baked beans, bread, dessert $9 (chicken cooked on site)

Proceeds benefit: Missions

Janie Kluttz and Angel Foy, 704 202-7435


Midway United Methodist Church

Date: Nov. 19, 8 a.m.-noon

Location: 708 South Main St. Kannapolis

Special Features: Baked goods, crafts, vendors, raffles

Menu: Country ham biscuits

Proceeds: United Methodist Women’s Missions

Judy Cook, 980 781 1635


Tyro UMC Women of Hope

Date: Nov. 19, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Location: 4484 s. Hwy 150, Lexington

Features: Crafts, home décor, handmade items, christmas decorations, ceramics, baked-canned goods, frozen entrees, casseroles, fried apple pies. Homemade quilt raffle, drawing at noon

Menu: Breakfast biscuits, coffee, juice; homemade chicken pies 8:30 a.m.; famous Tyro United Methodist Men’s bbq 9 a.m.

Doris Carlile, 336-853-9956


Oakdale Baptist Church

Date: Nov. 19, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Location: Oakdale Family Life Center, 200 Charles St., Spencer

Features: Vendors and crafts, raffle

Menu: Chick-fil-A sandwiches, bake sale

Proceeds benefit: Missions

Chair: Cindy Beaver, 704-633-9412


Milford Hills UMC

Dates: Through Oct. 31

Location: 1630 Statesville Blvd.

Features: Hundreds of pumpkins on sale each day. Plus handmade crafts, jams, jellies, baked goods.

Proceeds benefit: Missions

Chair: Gary Emerson, 704-798-5392


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