Salem St. Paul's Lutheran Church

The work schedule for this year's West End Fair Stand is posted on the community bulletin board and ready to be filled in. You must be 13+ years old to work in the stand.

If you are able to sign up for more than one shift, that would be great.

Volunteers will receive a free fair entry ticket for the day they are scheduled to work, plus a free meal. There are three shifts daily from Aug. 26 through Sept. 1, with five to six volunteers per shift.

The captain on each shift will work the stove, heating the filling and barbecue, making gravy, etc., and supervising as needed.

The captain will also close the stand at night.

A job description is available for captains. Men are especially needed on the second and third shifts to help with heavy lifting.

See Pat Held for questions regarding the work schedule or call (610) 767-5641 or email her at heldpjheld@aol.com [1].

Blood drive

Salem St. Paul Lutheran Church will again be hosting a blood drive this summer.

They are urgently looking for 20 donors for the Aug. 12 blood drive as Keystone Miller will be supplying the Big Bus.

The blood drive will be from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. and a sign up sheet will be provided and will be posted outside of Norma's office on the bulletin board.

They would like to dedicate this blood drive on behalf of JoAnn Fitzpatrick and Baby Kayloni.

Free spaghetti dinner

The Cornerstone Community Church, Polk Township Road, next to the Pleasant Valley Elementary School, will be holding a free community spaghetti dinner on Saturday, Aug. 11 from 4-7 p.m.

Free clothing and food

Hope Fellowship Mission of Seventh Day Adventists will have clothing and food for distribution to those in need on Saturday, Aug. 11 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Soup and sandwiches will also be served.

The building is located on Polk Township Road, Kresgeville. Any questions, please call (610) 681-3600.

Birthdays

Noah Faust will be 4 years old on Aug. 12.