Moravian churches along the coast held their annual Thanksgiving Day sale over the weekend.
Martha Winters- Abel is a chapel servant for the Moravian church in Hopedale.
She says their sale went really well.
They raised around $1,500.
Winters-Abel says items up for sale included baked goods and traditional food items.
The funds raised will go towards the church’s bills.
She adds that she would like to thank everyone who donated food items.
Regina Saimat is a chapel servant for the Nain Moravian church.
They raised over $500 through their sale.
Baked goods and traditional foods were available.
She says she would like to thank everyone who showed up and supported the church.
Caroline Andersen is the Treasurer for the Moravian church in Makkovik.
She says they also raised little over $500.
Andersen says they sold baked goods, homemade pickles and jams, traditional foods and home grown potatoes.
They also had an auction on a goose which sold for $90.
She adds that the sale was well attended and she would like to thank everyone who came out and supported the church.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
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