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St. Paul’s Bazaar — A Special Tradition

Today was one of my favorite events, St. Paul’s Church Bazaar. This was the 67th year (pretty amazing I must say)  I adore this event every year.  Episcopal Women Young and Seasoned come together making crafts, food, and other goodies for everyone to purchase.  Money raised goes to many good causes such Episcopal Relief and Development, Second Harvest Food Bank’s BackPack Program, the Summer Enrichment Program, St. Paul’s Preschool and Vacation Bible School.

The Crown of the Wishing Tree — This Doll House
The whole bazaar is fantastic.  My favorite part is lunch.  I love the lasagna and the lemon chess pie.  The recipe never changes.  You could also choose the chicken salad and brownie, which both look scrumptious as well.
Lunch Decorations — So Cute!

The Lasagna — So Delicious!!

Chicken Salad — People love it

The scene of people enjoying each other and enjoying fellowship
The Lemon Chess Pie — So So So Good!!

Daphne and I — This Dining with Daphne — More than two thumbs up!!

Larger view of the Wishing Tree and at the Tables
Major Thanks to the Ladies who really pulled it together this year…  🙂
The Bazaar is a special day each year when I get the blessing to be with the women of my church and we get to laugh, pray, and be together.  It is so special my words aren’t adequate. 
It is a feeling and my heart is full after today.
Dashing – xoxo

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  1. […] about the time for one of my favorite events in Winston-Salem, St. Paul’s 68th Annual Bazaar and Luncheon.  I wrote about it last year and this year there are so many new exciting elements.  From […]

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