The Richmond Register

Lifestyles & Community

October 23, 2013

Mt. Pleasant Christian Church yard, goodies sale Nov. 2

MADISON COUNTY — The Mt. Pleasant Christian Church, 3085 Lexington Road, is preparing to have a gigantic yard and baked goods sale in their fellowship hall Saturday, Nov. 2.

The workers plan to gather everything together and preparing for the sale on Oct. 30.

Anyone wishing to donate furniture, winter coats, clothing of all sizes, old Christmas decorations or any other unneeded, but good, usable and well-functioning items for the sale. please call Elder Ron Richards at 527-3506, at least one week prior to the sale. This will give the men of the church ample time to make arrangements to pick up your denotation of non-broken, serviceable furniture and other clean, useful items if you cannot deliverer them.

There will be a large supply of good, used clothing, furniture, used Christmas decorations and many scrumptious food items. The foods will consist of seasonal, sweet breads, candies, brownies, cake and an assortment of homemade cheese spreads.

Also, there will be hot dog lunches served, consisting of chips, colas and a dessert, all for one reasonable price.

Funds collected from the sale with go to help others to enjoy Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners and Santa Clause presents for young children.

The community is very welcome to visit with our church workers, shop and enjoys lunch with us. Remember, the date is Saturday, Nov. 2, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

“Grace Now”is an area-wide, church-sponsored charity for the needy throughout the community of Richmond.  This charity is especially in need of toilet article such as tissue paper, shampoo, soap, tooth brushes and tooth paste. 

Donations to any of the area churches will result in gettingthe supplies to the charity headquarters.  We are directly calling upon the members of our congregations to remember and pick extra toilet supplies to donate to this worthy cause.

The old saying for this week was e-mailed to me incognito, and reads as follows, “That boy is hog-wild and pig-crazy over his gal.”

Keep those old-sayings, sign and old remedies coming in to me. I receive several phone calls, and a few e-mails coming in each week, suggesting old sayings folks recall from yesteryear.  Many people say they really enjoy this portion of my column.

Send your church news, special events, community news and special days to me by calling me at 527-0411 or e-mailing me at karenquinn@roadrunner.com.

Until next week, may God richly bless you and yours.  

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