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Something for all at Methodist Bazaar Saturday

The women of Cairo’s First United Methodist Church are hosting their Annual Fall Bazaar this Saturday with plenty of homemade cakes, jams and casseroles ready to sell along with many donated items. The ladies group uses most of the bazaar proceeds to support local charities, and the rest of the money to help missions around the nation and the world.
The bazaar takes place in the church fellowship hall Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The women have worked for many weeks in the church kitchen to make more than 500 jars of jellies and jams, which are always popular sellers at the bazaar. Other baked goods such as cookies and cakes will be sold.
Casseroles that can be taken home and cooked later include chicken tetrazini, lasagna, breakfast, cornbread dressing and more.
In addition to the edible goodies that will be sold, many donated “white elephant” items will make this Saturday’s largest indoor flea market in Cairo, say some of the organizers.
A red glass ornament featuring a pen and ink drawing of the Grady County Courthouse by local artist Kelly Milko will sell for $10 each.
The bazaar will feature the popular Calvary Cafe where soup and sandwich lunches will be served to all customers.
Many of the local charities supported by the Ladies of Cairo First United Methodist Church are United Way for Grady County; Habitat for Humanity; Help Agency; Boys and Girls Club; Young Life; Roddenbery Memorial Library and others.

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