Girls in Action Pioneer Club bake sale raffle winners

Girls in Action (Pioneer Clubs) held its annual bake sale at the same time as the 10,000 Villages sale on Nov. 10.

Elaine Martens and Tiffany Klassen at the Pioneer Clubs’ annual bake sale

Girls in Action (Pioneer Clubs) held its annual bake sale at the same time as the 10,000 Villages sale on Nov. 10.

There was a great selection from decorated cookies to breads and buns. Girls Tiffany Klassen and Ursula Glas helped guides Liz Klassen and Elaine Martens man the tables.

The girls have all been given Pals (adult mentors) and they baked cookies with them for the sale. Next will be the Christmas party with the Pals.

The girls want to thank everyone who brought baking and those who bought something from the sale.

Evelyn Brown won a quilted wall hanging from the raffle, Anne Dahl a scented candle, Kim Dimock won a pottery cat dish, Carol and Ted Morris a pottery bowl and dish, Deb Smith took an electric tureen, Gladys Henshilwood won a cup and saucer, Charlene Derhousoff won fudge, Ann Kos candles and a holder, Diana Borthwick a bath sundae and C. Weiler took an angel with a heart.

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