‘Treasures’ galore to be found in Sunnyside

Sunnyside’s Holy Trinity Episcopal Church is the place to be on Saturday, Nov. 16…that is, if you enjoy shopping for treasures that are sure to delight family members and friends this coming holiday season.

The church will be hosting its extremely popular Holiday Treasures Bazaar that day. Local residents are invited to grab a friend and trek to the Fourth Street and Edison Avenue church, then grab a cup of coffee and homemade cinnamon roll while browsing through the elegant baked goods, breads, pickles, preserves, candy and numerous other offerings for their holiday tables.

The Nov. 16 bazaar, scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., will also feature a myriad of gift selections for the holiday season. Handcrafted items, stocking stuffers, alpaca wool apparel, scarves and other unique creations will be on display and available for purchase.

The youngsters who attend services at the Sunnyside church will also have a table set up, filled with creations they have made.

Church spokesman Carol Mercer also notes that Jane Swindell has again designed and made a beautiful quilt that will go to one lucky winner in the annual church raffle. Other goodies from the Lower Yakima Valley will also be awarded

during the raffle. The raffle tickets are currently being sold by church members and at the church office, and will be available for

purchase during the Nov. 16 bazaar.

Holiday Treasures Bazaar organizers are also planning on serving luncheon fare that day, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The menu features Christmas quiche, salad and a beverage.

Mercer said all Lower Valley residents are invited to the church that day for the festive event, to eat, socialize, browse and shop.


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