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Bazaar 2008

November 25, 2008

Well, this past Friday and Saturday(21st & 22nd) was our annual Bazaar at the Motherhouse. As usual Monsignor Oberch did a wonderful job decorating the Multi-Purpose Room and hallways leading to it. It looked like a winter wonderland. Sister Mary Jane did a wonderful job in the coordinating and setting up of all the things to be sold/assigning us jobs. And what a job that was! Sister Theresa Ann was in the Baked Goods/Donut Shop this year again and I congratulate her on keeping her sanity amid the long lines of people waiting for our home-made donuts, breads, and cookies. Sister Agnes Joseph and Sister Rose Therese were stationed at the cash registers, and again there the lines could get pretty backed up. Everyone was in the holiday spirit and were excited to see what we had for sale. As for me, I helped out near the baby clothes/knitted items. On Saturday Sister Patricia taught me how to crochet. It’s not as easy as it looks! She was such a patient teacher. Thanks Sister Patricia! Well, just thought I’d update everyone as to how the Bazaar turned out. The following pictures are from this years Bazaar.

God bless, Sister Veronica

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Ann Creech permalink
    January 29, 2009 5:48 pm

    Sr. Veronica, don’t give up hope on the crocheting. It is like learning to ride a bike the first time, once you master it ,you will never forget on how to do it in the future. Ann Creech

  2. January 30, 2009 7:50 am

    Thanks Ann,

    The other day I was thinking about asking Sr. Rose Therese to teach me(again).

    Sr. Veronica

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