Monday, November 23, 2009


On Friday, November 20th, the Women of the ELCA at Our Savior's Lutheran held their annual fall bake sale. It drew a large crowd, provided a homemade baked goods and lunch for the community, and raised of money for the women's ministry, which will be matched by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.

Doors at the Kerndt Brother's Community Center on Main Street opened at 10:30 a.m. The tables were filled with fresh baked treats including pies, cinnamon rolls, cream puffs, cookies, quick breads and more. A hot lunch was available of soups and sandwiches, coffee and cider. There were a few country store items as well. The new "Gather at the River" CD produced by Our Savior's was also available for a $5 donation. Below are photos of the event.

Bob Grover with his fresh loaf of bread.

The cashier's table

The "Country Store" table

The tables of baked goods

The hot lunch area and friendly servers

Shoppers pouring into the bake sale

Lee Bjerke and Grace Ziegelmaier greeted customers and handed out boxes

Carl Magnusson, happy about his hot lunch

The lunch area

Kim Timmerman with her sister

Karen Alexander after enjoying her lunch

The Women of the ELCA organization wishes to thank all those who made items and worked at the sale as well as those who supported the sale by coming for lunch and baked goods.

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