WIC Missions Project

Sunday, November 6th at 12:30.

Linda Karner, MTW Missionary to Japan and also one of the missionaries supported by Aisquith, has a desire to send 500 craft kits to the Japanese shelters housing thousands of Japanese victims of the recent tsunami. The kits feature a Japanese braiding project and are for the purpose of giving the people something fun to do.

The WIC Council has decided to help Linda with this project by collecting the materials for these kits and assembling the kits. Each kit includes a cardboard loom and 3 skeins of embroidery floss. You can help with this project by donating the following:

● Empty cardboard cereal, cracker, cookie, etc. boxes  (Please do not add any additional folds.)
● Skeins of embroidery floss (all colors)
● Plastic zip quart size bags.

You may place these items in the box in the narthex marked “WIC”.

When we have collected enough materials, we will announce a date and time to assemble the kits.  Lunch will not be provided, so bring your own bag lunch.

If you have any questions, contact Janet Johnson at gro.htiuqsianull@tenaj

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