December ’22 NEWSLETTER
Tuesday, December 6th meeting – 6:30 pm. Bring a pair of Christmas Socks for a fun exchange. Rachel will demo a “Folded Star” (no sewing!) so bring 4 strips of fabric, each measuring 4”x14”(2 the same) perhaps Christmas theme or fabrics of your choosing.
We will also finalize plans for our Advent Supper on Wednesday, December 14th – 5pm. A
Thrivent Grant will be used to purchase the groceries for the meal.

Menu: Soup Supper, with 3 soups to choose from, rolls, fresh veggies & desserts. Proceeds from the dinner will be used to make Layette Kits for Orphan Grain Train. And Look for Items from our Christmas Bazaar that will be available for you to win with the purchase of a $.50 ticket! Drop 1 ticket or as-many-as-you-like in a cup beside the item/items you would like. Quick drawing for the winners immediately following the Advent service.
Friday, 16th is our monthly sew day. We will decide at the 12/6 meeting how we want to
celebrate…perhaps a brunch at the Friendship House? Other thoughts? We will also
brainstorm ideas for the coming year!

JUNIOR PIECEMAKER Dates for December:
Thursday 8th 10-noon. We will be making Christmas ornaments for CIA Christmas baskets and other holiday items.
Saturday the 10th 10-noon a CHRISTMAS PARTY for ALL JR Piecemakers! It will be SEW Fun! And don your aprons to help with serving the Advent Supper on Wednesday, December 14th! Come at 4:00 if you can.
Drawing for the RAFFLE QUILTS for both groups will be Sunday, December 18 th at 10:20! $5 per ticket. Proceeds from the sale of all our projects will be used for supplies for Mission Projects, our Monthly Programs, and to fund our Jr Piecemaker programs and projects! Thanks, Mt Calvary, for YOUR support!

CIA: CIA (Compassion-in-Action) will be giving Christmas Baskets to our members who are alone, homebound or struggling with health issues. We hope to have a Thrivent Action Team Grant to cover the cost of this project. If you are interested in helping us fill the baskets on December 15th, or to deliver one on the 16th /17th contact Pat Steel, Loleta Sump or Jeannie Merritt.


Proceeds thru the 1st quarter of 2023 will go towards developing a bus route so more Wamego area kids can attend St. John’s Lutheran school in Alma. The school principal, Mr. Harmon Butler is working to develop an account specifically for this project. Thanks for your willingness to help out!  Brett Bruning: “In my opinion there is no more important time in our nation’s history for children to receive a Christ centered education at an LCMS school. These funds will make this possible for more children in Wamego and the surrounding area.” For more information contact Brett