Here are some opportunities for you to be in mission along with other Bold Women of Lovers Lane!
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Join planning mtgs on 10/5 & 10/12
(use the above link to join virtual mtg.)
Lovers Lane Marketplace: Nov. 13-14, 2021
This annual fundraiser generates funds to support missions, our mission activities and bold programming. The money raised enables the Bold Women to generously support missions locally and globally - and fund a lot of mission activities and programming.
Many hands help make it fun & easy. There are all sorts of ways for you to help make this year's event a success, like
Volunteer before and during Marketplace: join the kitchen crew, help decorate, prepare Silent Auction, etc.
Donate an item or ask your favorite restaurant or service to donate a gift certificate to the Silent Auction.
... there are so many ways to help! Choose what's fun for you and make some new friends.
Questions? contact BoldWomenLL@gmail.com t
This is our 26th year of Marketplace!
By collecting items for TerraCycle, we’re helping divert millions of pounds of valuable resources from landfills. Every little bit helps!
We're collecting typically hard-to-recycle items in 2 programs:
Oral /Dental Care items: Any brand: toothpaste tubes and caps, toothbrushes, floss containers, cartons and outer packaging.
Chips & Snack Bags: Individual, family-size and multipack bags from chips, popcorn and other salty snacks. Shake out all crumbs first!
Set aside a bag at home to collect your items. Contact Becky Barnebey when your bag is full!
Methodist Dallas Medical Center
Help by sewing Loveys! Click for simple directions.
There are many other items you can sew, knit or gather to provide for the Clinic and Social Services. Click to see the project listing here.
Contact Jo Ann Leavitt for more information and about how you can get involved or volunteer. She will also deliver your finished projects to the hospital for you.
* Work on these projects with others in the Sew-n-Sew group on Monday mornings or make these at home. Click here for more info.
Our community partners, local missions and the Navajo Nation are thankful for the masks we have shared.
The gift of a homemade mask is a way to offer caring support to others in our community. The Bold Women of Lovers Lane have prepared Mask Kits with directions and supplies. If you would like a kit, contact Liz for details.
Masks continue to keep our community safe and healthy!