Four organizations to benefit from Presbyterian Church of Waynesboro fair

July 29, 2012

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Four organizations will benefit from funds raised during a Presbyterian Church of Waynesboro fair scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 11.

“Mostly it’s going to be a good time to come out, donate to a worthy cause,” church pastor Christine Callaway said.

From 4 to 10 p.m., the church at 105 E. Main St. will offer food for sale, carnival-style games for children, face painting, sand art, spin art and a dime toss.

“Down in the lower section of our church, we’re going to be doing a used book, VHS and DVD sale,” Callaway said.

Eighty percent of proceeds will go to Pregnancy Ministries, New Hope Shelter, the Way Station, and Waynesboro Community and Human Services. Other moneys will benefit the church’s building fund.

The Waynesboro Volunteer Fire Department will be selling food and splitting proceeds with the fair’s causes.

Callaway hopes the fair helps generate awareness of the church and its upcoming offerings, which include showings of the movie “Courageous,” Bible studies and child evangelism fellowship. Church members will be greeting guests.

“I’m hoping this becomes an annual event and it gets bigger and bigger,” she said. “In these hard economic times, more and more people are needing help.”

For more information on the fair, call 717-762-1841.

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