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The Quality Fair takes place November 13th 10AM - 3PM

The next meeting takes place after the 10:30 service, October 17th.


If you would like to volunteer, please speak to Heather Esposito (604-945-7072) or Julie Lemon.

Ways to get involved:

GIFT BASKETS
If you would like to contribute towards filling a gift basket, please consider a monetary donation. Donations are eligible for a tax receipt. Please give to the office and make sure your donation is marked “Gift Basket”
Questions – please speak to Dana Henri

BAKE TABLE
The bake table is always popular. We need pies, cookies, breads, muffins, whatever is your specialty. We also are looking for jams, jellies, pickles (prepared 2021). Questions – please speak to Pat Sharpe or Kathleen Scharf
 
COLLECTIBLES
Donations will be accepted on the following Sundays: Oct 24, Oct 31 and Nov 7th. What is a collectible? Please see the following list. Questions – please speak to Heather Esposito

We will be following all COVID protocols as dictated by the PHA & the Diocese. Vaccination passports will be required.

A COLLECTIBLE is…
Something you no longer want, but which someone else may enjoy, i.e. clean and in working order
Suitable Items for The Quality Fair
Jewelry
Glassware (in good condition)
Dish Sets
Silverware, Brassware
China ((in good condition)
Small Appliances (working condition)
Books (in good condition - no yellowed, torn, dusty,
bent pages)
Toys (clean)
Puzzles & Games
CD’s / DVD’s (store bought)
Placemats, tablecloths, napkins (clean)
Ornaments
Wallets, Purse (in good condition)
Pictures
Clocks (working condition)
Small Hand Tools - screwdrivers, wrenches,
Plastic ware, Kitchen Utensils (in good
condition)
Coin Collections, Sports Cards

Items Not Suitable for The Quality Fair
No Glassware & China with chips or cracks
No Clothing and shoes
No Sports equipment
No Furniture
No Bed Linens
No Large Appliances
No Luggage
No Rugs
No Dried flowers, used candles
No Encyclopedias, school text books, magazines
No Computers and parts
No Telephones, answering machines
No Used travel mugs and water bottles
No Large garden tools (weed eaters, lawnmowers)