The Golf Girls and Friends (from left) Joanne Prodaniuk

Golf Girls selling decorations to raise funds for Creston Ministerial Association Christmas hampers

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The Golf Girls and Friends are proud to say that last year they donated over $1,700 to the Creston Ministerial Association’s Christmas hamper program. This will be their fourth and last year of sales, and they are hoping to equal or better that donation.

The girls have produced a variety of wreaths, trees, swags and centerpieces that are suitable for your home or business. All of the items are decorated with unbreakable ornaments and come in every color you can imagine. The girls donate the material and time to create the decorations and proceeds are donated to the hamper program.

The wreaths and trees have sold out every year, so come to the annual Christmas craft sale sponsored by the Community Art Council of Creston from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday at the Creston and District Community Complex.

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