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Cookie Shoppe


7The Annual Christmas Cookie Shoppe is Saturday, December 7th, from 9:00 am till 12:00 pm.

This is a wonderful opportunity for church members and friends to buy festive and beautiful homemade cookies to enjoy or give as gifts during the Christmas holidays!!! All proceeds benefit the United Methodist Women's mission projects.

In order to be successful...we need BAKERS to make cookies for the shoppe! We are asking for all members to bake 12 dozen cookies (3-4 batches) between now and December 6th.

Here are the guidelines:

*Bake 12 dozen of ONE kind of cookie (can be frozen if you would like to bake ahead!) Get creative and have fun baking! Pinterest has lots of fun and easy ideas!

*Cookies need to be brought to the church on Friday, December 6th anytime before 3pm.

*Deliver cookies to the FELLOWSHIP HALL and include a card with your name and type of cookies in DISPOSABLE containers.

If you cannot bake, donations are always welcome!

Most importantly, COME and BUY on December 7th...you will receive a beautiful bakery box and glove so that you may choose the cookies you prefer. Volunteers will wrap your box with a pretty Christmas ribbon. Cost is $9 per pound.

Any questions? Please contact Barbara Schanson at 901-270-9331 or [email protected]




Date: 12/06/2019 (Fri.)

Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm CST

Location: Fellowship Hall

Created by:   Barbara Schanson
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12 Dozen Cookies

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