Pateros Methodist bazaar the place to be

The kitchen crew from the Pateros Methodist church (they were the ladies cooking the soup and bread) confirmed it--the church's annual Holiday Bazaar was the place to be Saturday morning, Nov. 1.

There were so many vendors that they spilled out from the fellowship hall into the foyer; this year vendors sold all handcrafted items and homemade goodies. There was dried fruit for sale, crispy like potato chips (the vendor said his customers really liked it). There were hand crocheted doilies and baby toys and scrubbers and scarves. There were hand-sewn place mats and lap quilts and table runners, homemade pie and cookies and fudge. There were handmade cards.

The bazaar always includes a raffle of fun and cool prizes. Kris Schwisow won the quilt made by ladies from the church, Betty Wagoner won the gift basket and Kori Hull won the hand-crocheted baby afghan.

And of course there was the world-famous homemade bread and soup for lunch, prepared by the kitchen crew. Ladies from the church also contributed the homemade pie, available by the slice.

The bazaar is the group's annual fundraiser and proceeds go to support its charitable activities.

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