St. John Vianney Women’s Society 14th Annual Cookie Walk

St. John Vianney Women’s Society 14th Annual Cookie Walk
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Saturday, December 14th 2013
9:00 am

St. John Vianney Women’s Society 14th Annual Cookie Walk
902 St. John Drive, Sherman, IL
December 14, 2013
9 a.m. until all the cookies are gone
Beautifully decorated homemade cookies available for $6.50 per pound.  Also available are candies, breads and coffeecakes.  Many prepackaged gifts available – great for gift giving.  Shop at our Christmas Gift Gala with a variety of direct sale vendors.  Try your luck at our raffle with gift cards, homespun crafts and merchandise from area merchants and our direct sale vendors.  Bring in canned goods to donate to the Holy Family Food Pantry and get one free raffle ticket.  For question please call Sandy at 217-836-6720.
 

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