Quilt made and donated (for a past auction event) by Mary Cender Miller, Seattle, WA

Mennonite Country Auction & Relief Sale October 6, 2018

Supporting relief in the midst of a hurting world

For Goodness Sake Posted on Aug 30, 2018
The Mennonite Country Auction & Relief Sale is one of over 47 relief sales held in the United States and Canada.  Proceeds from these relief sales support the international relief, development and service ministries of the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC). Service is given “In the name of Christ” in the midst of a hurting world as a witness to a compassionate God. MCC was born in 1920 in response to hunger and related human need brought on by war and revolution in Russia and Ukraine. Today MCC has about 1000 workers serving in some 53 countries, including the U.S., and sends assistance to 70 countries.  MCC’s programs include providing material aid, such as wheat, beans, clothing and medical supplies to meet emergency needs, and agricultural development and water conservation projects to improve life in communities around the globe.  Our sale has contributed over $1.5 million to MCC over the past 39 years.

FOOD STANDS
Sausage Sandwiches, Hamburgers, Apple Butter, Apple Cider, Raisin Fritters, Ice Cream, Pies, Baked Goods, Green Bean Soup, Salad, Bulk Sausage, Ham, Slab Bacon, Amish Cheese, Kraut Runza, BBQ Plate and more.

BREAKFAST starts at 7 am

BOOTHS open at 10 am
Crafts, Ten Thousand Villages (International Crafts), Collectibles and Antiques, MCC/Mennonite Information, The Recycled Spoon, Etcetera Shop, Country Store, Quilters' Corner PLUS and a Bounce House for the kids.

AUCTION begins at NOON
Quilts, Comforters and Afghans, Wall Quilts, Furniture, Gift Certificates and many more new and good used items. Credit cards will be accepted for auction items only.

ENTERTAINMENT
Gospel Bluegrass Harmonies with Bethel Mountain Band. On stage Saturday morning, October 6, at 10:30 am and Sunday morning, October 7, during the worship service.

FREE admission. FREE parking. Kids activities.
Visit http://mennomennonite.org