March 7, 2017
Everyone is invited to attend the Saturday, March 11 Coffee House event for fun, food, entertainment, dessert dash and silent auction – all to support Plymouth Youth as they prepare to embark on their Civil Rights Mission Trip that happens in April.
Last Sunday, youth leaders Anna Colwell and Katie Stultz met with Suzzanne Lacey, Executive Director of Museum Without Walls. Lacey will join Plymouth Youth on their journey.
“She has organized a life-changing experience for our youth forum,” said Katie. “We are excited to unveil our full trip itinerary at the Coffee House, and we can't wait to share more about the amazing civil rights leaders we will meet with.”
There’s still time to sign up for the talent show and bring a dessert. Sign up here: www.tinyurl.com/YFcoffeehouse2017. More auction donations are needed. Artists are welcome to donate a piece of work and business connections for possible items are welcome! Email Katie at email@example.com
“This is our last big fundraising effort before the trip; we hope to reach the rest of our goal and we are almost there!” said Anna Colwell.
Silent auction and dinner ($10/adults and $5 for kids 10 and under) starts at 6 pm, followed by dessert dash and talent show, in Hildebrand Hall.
People may also purchase shares to shareholder lunch for $40, when youth return and share personal stories about their experience. Shares and direct donations may be made directly at PlymouthChurchSeattle.org on the GIVE button.
“We would also love a few helping hands at the end of the night to help set up chairs for worship service the following morning.” Contact Anna at: Annarcolwell@gmail.com.Subscribe