Coffehouse tips go to ‘Good Gifts’
BROOKINGS – The Mission of the Month for December at Mission Coffeehouse is “Good Gifts, Give Something Unexpected This Christmas.”
Take the guess work out of shopping. Honor friends and loved ones with gifts that grow and transform lives. What if you could gift someone in the world with a gift that saves their life? All your donations support long-term sustainable solutions that ensure that people who live in poverty have a chance at new life.
Imagine receiving a gift of an animal that you can raise and sell the produce from. Imagine the gift of fresh water from a well or to irrigate your field.
Imagine receiving the gift of an education or essential text books. Imagine the gift of food or medicine. Imagine the gift of surgery or dental care. Imagine the gift of blankets or a disaster survival kit. Imagine the gift of farming and seeds. Imagine the gift of Bibles and hymnals. Imagine the gift of a Pastor or Sunday school. All of these gifts can be given through your donation through Good Gifts.
Annual ‘cookie walk’ announced
LAKE CAMPBELL – The Lake Campbell Lutheran Church will hold its “cookie walk” on Saturday, Dec. 7. The event will begin at 9 a.m.
Homemade cinnamon rolls, coffee and juice will be available. A variety of holiday cookies, candies and bars will be sold with each person making a selection on a tray for $8 a pound. Packages of lefse will also be sold.
The church is located at 46610 219th St. (one mile west of local Lake Campbell). All proceeds are donated to mission projects.
For more information, call 605-534-3602 or 605-864-9907 or find “Cookie Walk – Lake Campbell Church” on Facebook.
First Lutheran to hold weekend Christmas Market
BROOKINGS – First Lutheran Church in Brookings will hold its Festival Weekend Christmas Market Friday, Dec. 6, through Sunday, Dec. 8.
The Christmas market features fair trade gift items, including fair trade tea and coffee from around the world. First Lutheran quilters will offer hand-made quilts for sale.
Friday will feature “Purses for a Powerful Purposes," featuring gently used purses, jewelry, scarves and Christmas decor.
Shopping is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and a salad and dessert luncheon will be held at 11:30 a.m.
Tickets cost $15 and may be reserved by messaging your name and number of tickers to Mary Moeller at 690-8862, or you may pay at the door.
The market will run from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday.
‘All That Glitters’ brunch announced
FLANDREAU – The Flandreau Christian Wommen’s Connection invites area residents to the “All That Glitters" Brunch.
The event will be from 9:30-11:15 a.m. Dec. 10 at the William F. Janklow Community Center in Flandreau, and the cost is $7.
Sarah Dorn of Mama Peacock Jewelry in Brookings will give a preseentation. Dorn is an artist who creates unique handmade jewelry items.
The featured speaker will be Cathy Mitchell of Renner. Her speech is titled “A New Kind of Hunger.” Mitchell struggled with eating disorders. She will share how she found victory when her hunger for food was transformed into a hunger for God. For reservations, call Sandy Sheppard at 530-1899, Betty McMahon at 997-2177 or Elaine Hoftiezer at 428-3679 or by email at [email protected]