Union Lutheran Church holding designer handbag bingo on May 22 – Times News Online

Published on May 12, 2022 at 2:00 p.m.

BY SUSAN RUMBLE

Special for the press

The Union Lutheran Church, along Route 873 in Schnecksville, will present a designer handbag bingo on May 22 at the Family Life Center.

Doors open at noon. Bingo starts at 1 p.m.

There will be 20 bingo games. The winner of each game will receive a handbag from designers such as Coach, Michael Kors, Kate Spade and Vera Bradley.

There will be five additional games for a chance to win a super special bag each time.

Also included during the afternoon is a 50/50 raffle for cash prizes.

The first 100 people to reserve a place will be entered into a draw for a Zip Coach wallet.

The kitchen will open at noon with a variety of breakfast items as well as a bake sale.

Proceeds will benefit the building’s future maintenance fund to replace an HVAC unit, to reseal and re-line the parking lot, to upgrade to LED lights and to replace the sound system.

For more information, call 610-767-6884.

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The Auxiliary of Northern Valley EMS, NOVA, will be hosting a bake sale and sandwich fundraiser on Election Day, May 17.

There will be cherry, blueberry, peach and shoofly pies, as well as sticky buns and homemade bread.

Call Julie at 610-262-7749 to reserve pastries.

Ham and cheese sandwiches will be available for takeout.

The NOVA auxiliaries will be hosting a social basket in the hall at 2375 Levans Road from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on May 21.

Chances of thematic baskets will be sold in the form of 26 tickets.

Lunch and pastries will be available.

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The United Church of Christ denomination offers support to Ukrainians and those who fled as refugees through humanitarian partners who have a history of working in the area.

The newsletter of St. John’s United Church of Christ, Laurys Station, includes a message about the UCC Ukraine Relief Fund.

Church leaders report, “United in prayer, action and giving, we are a people of faith in love and compassion with the people of Ukraine and with our global partners who welcome those who are cast out of at their home”.