The Bazaar Committee has started recruiting leaders for various leadership positions for the Fall Bazaar. Our most urgent need at this time is for someone to lead the Homemade Goods (Crafts) area. There are many supplies available as well as monies to buy other supplies. There are many talented Craft individuals in the church to call on and also opportunity to have numerous workshops during the daytime or at night. Please step forward as this an important booth in our church’s bazaar.
Call Allison Stone at 910-612-4587 if you are interested. Other positions are actively being recruited.
BAZAAR EVENT SCHEDULE FOR 2013
On the evening of 2/21/13 the Bazaar Oversight Committee met to develop the Bazaar Events schedule for 2013. As the schedule for Sharon, a very active church, was being developed it was apparent that it was going to be difficult to schedule activities related to the annual bazaar. This schedule is being provided so you can place these dates on your calendar and you can start telling your friends the plan for 2013. These events are great opportunities for you to work with and get to know the members of Sharon. We hope you find a place you feel comfortable working for this year’s Bazaar.
The event schedule currently planned is as follows:
Spring Yard Sale — March 22/23 Completed – A big success!
Chicken Dinner — March 22 Completed – Another success!
Chicken Dinner – May 17
Live Auction & BBQ Dinner — October 19
Bazaar — October 25/26 – Yard Sale, Crafts, Silent Auction, Bake Sale, Breakfast, Soup, Hot Dog/BBQ Sandwiches
The Bazaar Oversight Committee continues to meet periodically to discuss this major fundraising function at Sharon; these various events have been very successful for many years. We need to work hard to continue the success of all these events. The committee is starting to recruit individuals to lead these various areas. Open your heart to accept the various positions needed to make these major events a success. Thank you!
Vicki Altoonian, Waydell Bowen, Debby Kirby, Allison Stone, Ron Wilson and Rev Eddie Hill