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Message to any local who likes to play bridge - a small group is forming to play locally. Call Ann at 438-3543. We have three locals, mostly beginners, already willing to play. Date and time and location to be decided !!
NOTICE :: there will be NO Creston Advisory Body ( CAB ) meeting in December !
NEWSFLASH:: The Creston Women's Club is looking to partner with private citizens and local businesses to up the cash awards for the long standing scholarship program. Since 1985, over $85,000 has been awarded to local residents for any type of school of "higher learning" or trade school, whatever. There was a very good program from about 1960 through 1983, with thousands handed out over that 23 year period. If you know anyone who would like to make a tax deductible donation specifically for the CWC scholarship program, please snail mail a check -- in any amount, no matter how small -- made out to the "Creston Women's Club" with a note on the check "Scholarship program". You will be sent a letter that includes the CWC 501 3c non-profit ## for your records. Snail mail donations to: CWC Scholarship Program, PO Box 63, Creston, CA 93432
Wed. Nov 24th 4 - 7 PM REMINDER to those of you who ordered home made pies, baked by the Garden Club ( as a fund raiser, of course ) ::: pick up your pies in the Community Garden 4 - 7 PM. Your order will be packed in a convenient box for transporting ! Special thanks to Beth for providing the boxes. You will be notified at pick up exactly where to "recycle" your glass pie plate, if you do not wish to keep it. The Club will re-use them NEXT YEAR ! Also, if you happen to own a glass pie plate and no longer want it, call Ann 438-3543 and it will be donated to the Club for NEXT Year's Holiday Pie Bake fund raiser ! Over 50 pies were sold this season ! Thanks!
December 4th, 6 PM Women's Club Christmas party at Rosie's home. Pot Luck, and gift exchange (Steal a Gift) and general merriment. ALL area ladies are invited, especially former CWC members. This is one of the best ladies night out parties of the year !
Sunday - December 20, 6th Ever Creston Christmas Dinner Party Fund Raiser for the CATCH Fund, at the Center on Swayze Street next to the Rodeo Arena ! From 5 - 8 PM. Great door prizes and Live Dessert Auction. Tickets are $50 per adult. Tables of 8 available for $400. Only 100 tickets will be sold. Contact Donna by phone to reserve your seats at 610-1517. This event always sells out. Dinner will be Italian and catered by Simply Hope. The bathrooms are in now and the walls have been painted inside the Center. Looks fabulous, really. Thanks to the local contractors who did a wonderful job ! This is a great place to bring your friends and neighbors. Come early and walk around the spectacular Community Volunteer Garden, built, designed, and maintained by local residents, since 1993. The sidewalks in the Garden were poured in 1994. The Creston History Book - it is in the Library - has the details about the founding of our beloved Garden. While at the Dinner, check out the amazing, hand built metal sculpture on the west wall depicting an oak tree, which posts little plaques with the engraved names of the donors to the CATCH fund. You may be surprised to see whose name and what clubs have made a generous donation to CATCH the DREAM of a Community center. Details on the history of this Center are yours by clicking onto the button at the top of this page !!
Thursday, Dec. 24th, around 9 AM - gather in front of the Post Office area for something unique to Creston:: the friends and neighbors bring goodies to share, the men's club makes some breakfast burritos, someone makes "cowboy coffee" on a huge spit ( three huge, old-fashioned pots of coffee ) and I try to remember to bring the CoffeeMate ! At 11 AM, Santa arrives either by horse drawn carriage or by the antique fire truck and sits on the bench at the Post Office and hands out about 110 gifts to all the local children. The gifts are provided by the Women's Club and the helpers are volunteers. The Friends of the Library hands out great children's books to all the kids and a great time ( and a sugar high ) is enjoyed by all our friends and neighbors. Some folks dress up with Santa Hats and colorful outfits. In the 29 years that I have been here, it has rained only one time on this street party.
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