Events

St. Paul’s Annual Fall Festival
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Saturday, November 2nd 2013
4:30 pm

Bring your family and friends to the St. Paul’s Annual Fall Festival on Saturday, November 2, from 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm. With the purchase of a $15 ticket, a delicious Grilled Chicken Dinner is included. The festival will also include a Live Auction featuring some unique and wonderful gifts.

This year two tickets to the Monday Night Football game between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers (in Green Bay on Nov 4) will be auctioned. The tickets are on the 40 yard line mid-level. *hotel is included. Also, two matinee tickets to the popular production of “Once” at the fabulous Fox Theater in St. Louis will be auctioned. The tickets are in the first row of the orchestra in front of the stage. *hotel is included. Several rounds of golf are being offered for the Rail and Long Ridge golf courses, as well as a package form the Northfield Suites. There is also a silent auction with many wonderful gift certificates. A kid’s corner is available with games and face painting. A 50/50 Raffle will also be offered, as well as a Christmas Shoppe and a Wine Wall. This is a major fundraiser for the Church to help support several community ministries, and the public is invited. Contact the Church Office for ticket information, Second and Lawrence streets in Springfield, (217) 544-5135. Join us for the fun!

 

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