MATERIAL GIRLS

Material Girls began in February, 2012 to make gifts for the Children’s Christmas Bazaar, held during Hometown Holidays.
 
Since that time, three additional bazaars have been added to their schedule. The Thursday before the Children’s Christmas Bazaar, they will host a bazaar for children and youth with special needs. On the Sunday, following the two bazaars, the congregation will be able to shop between worship services. During the Community Breakfast,families participating in the paper products program will be invited to shop at no cost.
 
Additionally, the group is making 100 pairs of felted wool mittens to be distributed to the homeless by Cass Community Social Services.
 
The Purpose Statement for Materials Girls
 
  • Material Girls is an organization for women who strive to serve God by serving others.All women are warmly welcomed and offered friendship, fellowship, and the opportunity to learn new crafting skills and participate in meaningful mission activities.
  • Material Girls will make gifts and will help organize four shopping opportunities during the first two weeks in December
  • Material Girls will use bazaar profits to support missions chosen by Chelsea First United Methodist Church. These include Faith In Action and Cass Community Social Services.
 
If you are interested in more information about Material Girls please contact:
Barbara Brown
barbaraabrown@comcast.net
734-475-7674
734-678-2868

Check out an article about the Material Girls in the Chelsea Update:
http://chelseaupdate.com/material-girls-give-9000-faith-action/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ChelseaUpdate+%28Chelsea+Update%29
 
YOU CAN HELP! A Request from Material Girls....

We are in need of the following items:
  • Small spools of wire
  • Decorating scissors – the kind that cuts fancy edges on paper
  • Plastic grocery bags
  • Altoid boxes – all sizes, Legos, Legos people
  • Microwave popcorn
  • Small decorative items: charms, game pieces, stars, hearts
  • Tissue paper, 1/8” or ¼” dowel rods, 24” long
  • 100 plain plastic Easter eggs
If you would like to donate any of these items, please putthem in a bag labeled “Material Girls”. Place the bag on or near the library table, located in Grams Hall.