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Hunting for good food? Check out bazaar
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Wanda and Marion Hearn organized the apple butter and apple pie making days in preparation for the Stafford United Methodist Womens bazaar.

Hunting for some good food? The Stafford United Methodist Womens annual bazaar will coincide with the opening of pheasant season this year. Whether youre a hunter or just hunting for good food, join the Stafford UMW for their annual bazaar, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Nov. 12, in the church basement, 218 West Stafford.
The Food Bar opens at 9 a.m. with homemade cinnamon rolls and coffee cakes.Lunch items will include chicken and noodles, ham and beans, vegetable soup, sandwiches and homemade pies.
Frozen apple pies will be available for purchase, just in time to use for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. Pints of UMW cinnamon apple butter have been jarred and are ready for use on holiday tables or to give as gifts. Packaged food will be available for sale, including cookies, quick breads, yeast breads, snack mixes and more.
This years quilt is called Rosas Stash because it features fabrics from the stash of Rosa Gerdes Knoche, donated by her daughter Vernadene Claycomb and granddaughter Linda Westfahl. The quilt pattern is Jennys Flower Garden, and it was machine pieced by Marceline Masten and Elaine Masten Brockmeier, Rosas great nieces. The quilt, which measures 82 by 82 inches, was machine quilted by Jane Byer. Tickets are available for a $1 donation or six tickets for $5. The drawing will be at 2 p.m. on Nov. 12.
Monies raised during the UMW bazaar go to support mission projects in the community and beyond.