Luckey Legion Auxiliary to host public scrapbooking crop PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 04 January 2014 09:20
LUCKEY - The American Legion Auxiliary women are going to host a scrapbooking crop again in 2014.
The event is slated for Feb. 1, a Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  at the Troy-Webster American Legion Hall.
The 12-hour crop will include two full meals - home-cooked by the women of the auxiliary, an afternoon snack, and beverages all day long. There will be make 'n' takes, and a raffle for scrapbook prizes.
Registrations should be made as soon as possible because the most desirable tables go fast at this annual event. Registration deadline is Jan. 24.
Cost is $38, which includes a 6-foot table, lunch and dinner; or $33 for half of an 8-foot table, plus lunch and dinner. For those who need more space, it will be offered after Jan. 17, if available, at $10 extra for a full 8-foot table.
The scrapbook crop is considered a fundraising event. Proceeds benefit American Legion Auxiliary programs including Buckeye Girls State, veterans affairs and community service.
It will feature Janet Madaras, Creative Memories consultant, who will have a variety of no-longer-available Creative Memories products available for purchase. She will bring her border and card samples and will also share her library of Cri-cut cartridges during the crop.
To register, send name, address, phone, email address, table size choice and payment, and if you need electricity, to Becky Dippman, 3186 S. River Road, Pemberville, Ohio 43450. Contact her at 419-409-6032 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call Madaras at 419-287-4920.

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