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2004-10-22 / News

Church holds huge bazaar Saturday

By Pam Clark

The ladies of Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church will hold a craft bazaar October 23 at the corner of Leesburg Road and Asbury Drive (next door to Greenlawn Cemetery). Doors open at 8 am and a silent auction will close at 2 pm. Church members have worked over a year crafting many practical and beautiful items. The public is invited to browse, purchase crafts, participate in the silent auction, dine on vegetable soup and cornbread, and sample delectables in the tasting booth.

Left: Debbie Roundtree holds painted picture frames. Marti Weaver holds a sample of decorated all–occasion gift boxes.

Ladies of Asbury show their wares: canned goods, wreaths, and painted chairs. Seated: Joanne Dent, Hilda Render, and Norma Quickmire. Standing: Sarah Kimbrough 
and Anna Feagin
Ladies of Asbury show their wares: canned goods, wreaths, and painted chairs. Seated: Joanne Dent, Hilda Render, and Norma Quickmire. Standing: Sarah Kimbrough and Anna Feagin

Sarah Kimbrough, Blanche Sproul, and Joanne Dent sit among a few painted gourds.
Sarah Kimbrough, Blanche Sproul, and Joanne Dent sit among a few painted gourds. Martha Jones and Judy Axson hold beautifully decorated Palmetto tree items.
Martha Jones and Judy Axson hold beautifully decorated Palmetto tree items.

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