First United Methodist Church
At the Corner of State Road 128 and 8th Street
109 S. 8th St., P.O. Box 338
Frankton, IN  46044

Date: Thursday, October, 27, 2016
Contact: DeeDee Sigler, 765-754-7996
News Release
Fall Holiday Bazaar is November 19
Frankton, IN -- The Frankton First United Methodist Church (FFUMC)  Women's Fellowship holds their annual Fall Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 19.

Doors will open at 9 a.m. at The Factory, 110 S. 8th St., Frankton, to great food, gifts and treasures for the holiday season. 
This year, we'll feature baked goods and craft items for sale, and outside vendors will offer great holiday gifts. Lunch this year features Rex's chili from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for $3.50 for a lunch serving or $7 for a take-out quart. 

Our vendors this year include: 
  • Books Are Fun, Debbie Belgin
  • Crafts, Oh Sew Cute, Roberta Beard
  • Crafts and Food Items from Frankton First UMC Women's Fellowship
  • Crochet Jewelry, Marilyn and Naomi Davis
  • Fleece Blankets, Frankton Junior/Senior High School Life Skills Class
  • Floral Arrangements from Dianna Etchison
  • Frozen Cookie Dough, Frankton Junior/Senior High School Students in Action
  • Frankton Library Book Sale
  • Handmade Ornaments, Frankton Junior/Senior High School Art Club
  • DEtchison Jewelry, handmade jewelry
  • Longaberger Baskets, Judy Hutson
  • Handmade Purses, Mark & Jane Thompson
  • Mary Kay Cosmetics, Joyce Morgan
  • Nerium Skin Care, Cassie Wiseman
  • Pampered Chef, Amanda Morrow
  • Scentsy/Origami Owls, Rebekah Jiminez
Lunch this year features Rex's chili from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for $3.50 for a lunch serving or $7 for a take-out quart. Another highlight of the bazaar will be a silent auction offering special food items such as:
  • Kaye Canfield's Angel Food Cake
  • Cathy Kelich's Cinnamon Rolls 
  • Susan Shuter's German Chocolate Cake
  • Sherri Ousley's Caramel Apple Cheesecake
  • Zona Waymire's Apple Dumpling
  • Dan Yate's Pecan Pie Cobbler
There also will be homemade noodles, chicken & noodles and scalloped chicken for sale. Hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Factory. 

Proceeds from the bazaar support the Women's Fellowship's risk-taking missions and service projects. There is n o admission fee, so come to buy delicious food and baked goods and holiday gifts! 

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The mission of the Frankton First United Methodist Church is  to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

Our church family celebrates and develops programs around:
  • Radical Hospitality
  • Passionate Worship
  • Intentional Faith Development
  • Extravagant Generosity, and
  • Risk-taking Mission and Service
Frankton First United Methodist Church
Pastor Nathan Whybrew,
Sunday Services:
8:45 a.m. Traditional Service in the Sanctuary
10 a.m. Sunday School classes at the church and The Factory
11 a.m. New Outlook Worship Contemporary Service at The Factory


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