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Exciting news: our fall flyer is up!
Our fall sale will be held on Saturday, November 21 at 2233 Vienna-Dozier Road in Pfafftown, NC. Gates will open at 10:00 AM, and admission is one dollar for adults (kids are free). Please bring your own shopping bags, and like the ladies on our flier, carpool if you can! Brookstown United Methodist Church, located on the corner ofYadkinville Road and Lewisville-Vienna Road, has generously agreed to let us use their parking lot again this year. The church is about ¼ mile from the show site. There will be a shuttle bus to take you to and from the event. The shuttle will be FREE! (However, we’re pretty sure the driver would gladly accept tips.) If you choose to park at the church, please park in marked spaces only (not on the grass).
One you get to the sale, we'll have food and drinks while they last. And once again, you can dance to the music by Wicker and Jones as you shop or snack!
We'll also be raising money for Warrior Service Dogs. As you may know from previous sales, Warrior Service Dogs is a nonprofit based in Asheville, NC dedicated to linking trained rescue dogs to veterans suffering with the challenges of PTSD. During the fall show, we'll collect cash donations and items like moist dog treats, dog crates of all sizes, leashes, collars, collapsible dog bowls, and more for this fabulous organization.
And last but not least, for 2015, the Whimsical Women are adding an easy and exciting service opportunity to the Fall Show. Have you ever thrown out or recycled a prescription pill bottle? Landfills do not need our empty plastic prescription pill containers, but someone in Africa could use them to keep their medicine clean and out of the reach of small children. The Malawi Project does just that.
Your part is easy: just remove the labels from your empty prescription pill bottles (no large bottles please) and bring them to our collection box at the Fall Show. We'll take care of the rest. With these containers, rural pharmacies and hospitals can dispense medicines in pill bottles instead of torn pieces of paper. Small over-the-counter pill bottles can also be donated.
Since this is an on-going program, please also consider taking a picture with your phone of the address below so you can continue to participate after the show.
The Malawi Project
3314 Van Tassel Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Stay tuned for more information and sneak peeks, coming soon!