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Provided photo A “Wedding Ring” (80x85”), made by Marguerite Webb; donated by her daughter, Nancy Christian; and quilted by 15 members of St. Boniface/St. Mary Parishes and a “Pinwheel” (70x75”), made and donated by Donna Johnson, will be the featured quilts of St. Boniface’s annual quilt raffle.


Noodles, apple dumplings offered

COVINGTON — The Covington Church of the Brethren’s fall fundraiser, featuring homemade chicken and noodles and apple dumplings, will be Saturday, Nov. 11. The church is located at the corner of Wall and Wright streets.

Serving will begin at 11 a.m. and will continue until all is sold out, which usually occurs around 5 p.m. The public is invited to come and eat in, or carry-out.

The noodles are prepared from a tried-and-true recipe first developed years ago as the church’s festival booth offering. Beverages will be available, and there will be ice cream cups.

The church is handicapped accessible from the Wall Street entrance and an elevator there goes to the lower level where the dining hall is located. The Wright Street entrance also leads directly to a stairway down to the dining hall.

For more information, email covingtoncob@gmail.com or call 473-2415.

Church bazaar planned

COVINGTON — St. Teresa Catholic Church, 6925 W. US Rt. 36, Covington, will be holding their annual church bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 9-2:30 p.m.

There will be a quilt raffle with other prizes. Outside crafters and vendors will be present with many hand crafted items. There will also be homemade baked goods available.

St. Boniface Cabbage Roll / Heritage Bread Sale

PIQUA — What time is it? Time to order cabbage rolls and breads offered by the 4th Annual St. Boniface Oktoberfest Cabbage Roll / Heritage Bread Sale. The deadline to order is Monday, Nov. 13.

The home-made, pork cabbage rolls — oven/freezer ready — can be purchased at $2.50 each or a pan of 12 for $27; both include a sauerkraut/tomato mixture and baking directions.

Twenty-plus different breads made from the parish’s Heritage Festival Bread Booth recipes are available, too. To obtain an order form, place an order or for more info email stbonifacebread@gmail.com, go to piquaparishes.org, or contact the parish office, 310 S. Downing in Piqua, at (937) 773-1656.

Order Pick-Up is Saturday, Nov. 18, from noon to 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 19, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Caserta Activity Center, 218 S. Downing. Proceeds from the sale benefit the parish’s Family Life Group.

Congregation to observe Shabbat

PIQUA — Congregation Anshe Emeth, in Piqua, will be observing Shabbat with services on Friday, Nov. 17. Services will begin at 7:30 p.m. and will be conducted by rabbinic intern Taylor Poslosky.

The synagogue is located at 320 Caldwell St. in Piqua.

Please see the website http://www.ansheemeth.org/ or call 937-623-1234 with any questions.

St. Boniface to hold 21st Annual Quilt Raffle

PIQUA — Not one, but two quilts are featured in St. Boniface Church’s 21st Annual Quilt Raffle.

A “Wedding Ring” (80×85”), made by Marguerite Webb; donated by her daughter, Nancy Christian; and quilted by 15 members of St. Boniface/St. Mary Parishes and a “Pinwheel” (70×75”), made and donated by Donna Johnson.

The following members of the Piqua parishes helped with the quilting: Ann Bradl, Bonne Decknadel, Betty Elliott, Jo Gast, Rose Hemm, Donna Johnson, Pat Knab, Dolores Latham, Judy Meckstroth, Cindy Nelson, Janet Poling, Gloria Stonerock, Deb Tyler, Juanita Ventura, and Peg White. Michelle Patrizio added the binding, and Barb Meyer made the label.

Raffle tickets are $1.00/each or 6/$5.00. Raffle tickets may be purchased by sending donation to St. Boniface Parish, 310 S. Downing, Piqua, Ohio 45356. Please include name/phone number and write “quilt” on the envelope. The winning tickets will be drawn on Sunday, Nov. 19; winners need not be present to win. Visit piquaparishes.org to download raffle tickets; for additional info, send email to stbonifacequilt@gmail.com or call the parish office at 773-1656. Proceeds benefit the parish’s general fund.

Thanksgiving meal offered

COVINGTON — The Covington Eagles and Fields of Grace Worship Center will host a free Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday, Nov. 18, from 4-7 p.m. at the Covington Eagles Hall.

Those attending are asked to please enter through the Debra Street entrance to the hall.

The meal this year will consist of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, homemade dressing, homemade noodles, green beans, dinner roll, pumpkin pie or Mrs. Wick’s sugar cream pie and drinks.

There will be take-outs available from 6-7 p.m. only. There will be a limit of two meals per adult. To pick up a take-out meal, please enter through the Debra Street entrance as well.

Home deliveries will be made to surrounding communities to individuals and their caretakers who are unable to attend the meal because of being homebound or being unable to drive. Meals can be reserved by calling Fields of Grace at (937) 573-4282, Tuesday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. until Thursday, Nov. 16. No calls will be taken the day of the meal.

Please bring a can or box of food for a local food bank.

For more information, contact Sherry Furrow at Fields of Grace or visit fieldsofgrace.org or Facebook.

Community Thanksgiving planned

PIQUA — The Piqua Association of Churches Community Thanksgiving Service will be Sunday, Nov. 19, at 4 p.m. hosted at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 248 Wood St. in Piqua.

A Community Choir will be participating in the service. Two rehearsals are scheduled for anyone who would like to sing in this choir for the Thanksgiving Service. Thursday, Nov. 9, and Thursday, Nov. 16, at 7 p.m. The choir will be directed by Jim Oda and accompanied by Ken DeWeese.

If you know anyone who might be interested in participating in the choir, please share this information with them. For more information, contact St. John’s Lutheran Church 773-3284 and leave a message.

Provided photo A “Wedding Ring” (80×85”), made by Marguerite Webb; donated by her daughter, Nancy Christian; and quilted by 15 members of St. Boniface/St. Mary Parishes and a “Pinwheel” (70×75”), made and donated by Donna Johnson, will be the featured quilts of St. Boniface’s annual quilt raffle.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/11/web1_St-Boniface-quilt-raffle-EDIT.jpgProvided photo A “Wedding Ring” (80×85”), made by Marguerite Webb; donated by her daughter, Nancy Christian; and quilted by 15 members of St. Boniface/St. Mary Parishes and a “Pinwheel” (70×75”), made and donated by Donna Johnson, will be the featured quilts of St. Boniface’s annual quilt raffle.