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The Methodist Men’s Group Annual Spring Parking Lot Sale will be held on Saturday, June 3, 2023, from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. 

The following Saturday, June 10 will be our backup day if we get rained out on the 3rd.

As usual, we will have coffee and cinnamon rolls, and hamburgers hot off the grill for lunch. You can rent a space for $10 and use your own table or rent 1 table for $15, or 2 tables for $20.

If you don’t want to go through the trouble of setting up to sell the “treasures” you have accumulated throughout the years you can donate the items to the Men’s Group, and we will sell it.  We will pick up donated items on the Thursday and Friday before the sale.  PLEASE, NO TVS OR COMPUTER PARTS, IE. KEYBOARDS, MONITORS, MOUSE, ETC.  They do not sell, and we have to pay extra to take them to the dump so we will no longer accept them as donations.

       As in past years, Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity Restore Store, and Foster Parent Exchange will be notified to come down at the end of the sale and have their pick of any of the items left over. 

       To reserve tables/spaces, or schedule a pick up for donated items to call the church office at 672-9779, or call me at 763-2141.

       All the proceeds from the donated items, tables, and food will go to the Men’s

Group.  In 2022 the Methodist Men’s Group gave/donated a total of $4,110. We contributed to a variety of causes. We helped some church members, a single mom with rent, $500 to the Church gas voucher program, Native American Ministries, Angola Pastor, Fellowship Committee for supplies, a single Mom with two daughters at Christmas, and to the Sheridan Media Christmas Wish Program. And that isn’t all.

       So, hope to see you at the 2023 Spring Parkin Lot Sale buying a treasure, selling a treasure, or happily eating a cinnamon roll, followed by a burger and chips!!

       Thank you.  Rollie Hein


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All/host, no/host potluck was held on January 29, 2023

This a special was a special time to honor Ella Fredrickson for all of the years that she has served as
Coordinator of The Closet.

“In 1995, an idea was presented by Circle 5 that a source of income was needed to provide revenue to assist mission projects and improvement projects in the church as needed. The closet came to being, Tuesday, 9-2 p.m. The women’s group had always received donations for planned one-day rummage sales in the past. We opened on February 15, 1995. Helen Rentz, Dorcas Ward, Janice McGary, and Ella Fredrickson took on the project and opened their doors in February in one room (now we have 5) located in the basement under the sanctuary. We want to remember all the ladies who have worked with us. Namely Helen Rentz, Dorcas Ward, Patti Warner, Jean Damson, Dorothy Harper, Mertie Quest, Jeanette Hall, and Marion Krenzlok. They were our mentors and we have great memories of them. Vera Olson is at her home and Ruth Hein is at Greenhouse Living. All the ladies, past and present, gave their time and service to God and made us what we are. Janice, Bonnie, Linda, Marcia, Susan, Nancy, Cindy, and Ella carried on with many hours of giving. The Closet was always open – rain..snow, or sunshine. They were there to do God’s work and they were our angels. Marcia Wyett is now President; Ella has retired. All these ladies have become “family” known as the CLOSET.”
Ella Fredrickson


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