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Rowan County Bazaars 2018

Central UMC
Oct. 27, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
200 4th St., Spencer
Hand crafted items, accessories, great gift ideas, homemade baked goods, candy and more, ready-to-cook meatloaf
Menu: Chicken and dumplings, slaw, dessert or hotdog, chips, dessert. Dine in or carryout (10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.)
Benefits missions
Melinda Dudley 704-636-9190, Rita Sims 704-633-3415

Organ Lutheran Church
Nov. 3, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. rain or shine
1515 Organ Church Road
Raffle baskets, quilts, cakes, homemade noodles, canned goods from the church garden, crafts, homemade cakes, pies; outside vendors on site.
Menu: breakfast, sausage and ham biscuits; lunch: homemade chicken & dumplings, Brunswick stew, potato soup, hotdogs, homemade desserts.
Benefits Outreach Ministry clothing closet / food pantry.
Le-Nea Goble 704-202-2669

St. Luke’s Reformed Church
Nov. 3, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
1775 St. Luke’s Church Road
Handmade items and baked goods
Menu: Chicken pie and chicken noodle dinner includes veggies, drink, desserts. Adults $8, children under 6, $4
Harriet Fisher, 704-647-4498

Tyro UMC Women of Hope
Nov. 17, 8 a.m.-noon
4484 S. Hwy 150, Lexington
Crafts, home décor, handmade purses, totes, aprons, jewelry, Christmas decorations, stepping stones, baked and canned goods, frozen entrees and casseroles. Drawing for quilt at noon.
Menu: Biscuits, coffee, juice available for breakfast. Famous Tyro UMMen’s BBQ sandwiches, shoulders, specials ready at 9 am. Eat in or take out. Homemade chicken pies. Will start selling at 8:30 am.
Doris Carlile 336-853-7459 or Jill Wood 336-853-6262

Midway UMC
Nov. 17, 8 a.m.-noon
708 S. Main St., Kannapolis
Baked goods, crafts, vendors, raffles
Menu: Country ham biscuits
Benefits United Methodist Women’s Missions

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