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rummage sale

saturday, april 6, 8am – 1 pm

It’s back! The fabulous Westminster Spring rummage sale will be Saturday, April 6, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m! We will need help setting up Wednesday afternoon, April 3, and all day Thursday and Friday, April 4 and 5 along with help cleaning up 1-3 p.m. on Saturday after the sale. So, please consider sign-ing up for a shift (or more!) There will be a sign up out in March in the Narthex (watch the weekly an-nouncements).
We also need donations! We don’t have much storage space so please bring your items only the week of the sale starting April 1. Please make sure all items are clean, in working order, and in new or gently used condition. (We cannot sell anything that is dirty, torn, or broken.) Questions? Want to volunteer? Contact Beth Swedeen at bethswedeen@gmail.com or Sara Pope at rosegirl1991@yahoo.com. All profits go to local charities and we donate most unsold items at the end of the sale to local groups.


sunday, FEBRUARY 25 AT 11 AM

Come join the Education committee on Sunday, February 25th following the service for an intergenerational event to make fleece blankets for Project Linus. Project Linus is a non-profit organization which “provides security through blankets” for ill or traumatized children and teens. Handmade blan-kets are donated to the Ronald McDonald House, Middleton Outreach Ministry, area hospitals, and local foster care services. Please consider donating 1 ¼ yards of fleece fabric in a child-friendly pat-tern, which makes one blanket. There is a bin in the Narthex.


aging 101 

saturday, march 16, 9am-12pm

 Westminster will be leading a workshop on aging Saturday, March 16 from 9am-Noon
in Fellowship Hall. This event highlights several topics pertaining to navigating the aging process. It will focus on three main sessions:
1. How to visit and communicate with those that are homebound.
2. Exploring different living options for aging adults.
3. The Madison Police Department will cover how to avoid common scams and frauds.
Coffee and refreshments will be served. This event is open to the community and all ages. We hope you can join us. Feel free to bring friends and neighbors!


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