Officers and Committees
Jan Sage – President
Kathy Arnold – Vice President
MaryAnn Levi – Secretary
Phyllis Ellis – Treasurer
Past President – Judy Gordon
Christian Life Chair – Judy Gordon
Welcome Table and Hostesses – Kathy Rich
Caring Care Ministry – Nancy Aldrich
Country Store – Paula Dewey
LWML Fall Rally – October 6th Location: Lutheran Church of the Risen Savior. Registration time: 1:00-1:30 with Rally beginning at 1:30 pm. An In-Gathering for Answers for Life Pregnancy Care Center and a Mite Box donation will be taken. Cost: $7.00 per person. Please click for Copy of Rally Handout
4th Annual LWML Thrift, Craft and Bake Sale – Saturday, November 16, 2019 – 8 am until noon – LCRS Fellowship Hall
Please drop off your items on Friday, November 15 between 1 and 3 pm
Thrift Sale: We will gladly accept donations of household goods, including tools, small appliances (in working order), knick-knacks, books, fashion accessories such as purses, scarves, belts, and jewelry. Please no clothing or furniture. All donated items must be in good condition. Please pre-price your items (price tags will be available if you don’t have your own).
Crafts: We know many of our members are talented and make many items – crochet or knit items, jewelry, cards, and/or other creations. Again, please pre-price your items.
Bake Sale: All bakery items will be cheerfully accepted. We will be happy to price bakery, but we ask that you please bring it packaged to sell.
Please note: If you wish to pick up unsold thrift items, please do so prior to 1:00 pm on Saturday. Any items remaining after that time will be donated. Please place a sticker with your name on any items to be returned to you. If the item is sold, we will remove the sticker. Unless picked up, leftover craft items will be added to our “general store” items. Bake sale items may be reduced at the discretion of the committee.
Questions? Please contact LWML President Jan Sage at 437-2329 or Vice President Kathy Arnold at 415-317-7760.
LWML Encouragement Tea – February 12, 2019
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