Gifts for Growth 2 - Camus-Juxta-Bann

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    Maud Hutchinson spent weeks making  pots of jam



Bertha Madden  invested her £25 in Car Boot sales



  A  ‘Home - Baking Day’  was held at the Village shop



A ‘Can’t Cook Want to Cook’ evening was held in the Minor Hall for 50  would-be Master-chefs.   
(It will lead to  a series of cookery lessons for busy mums and a  Camus-juxta-Bann recipe book).


Sylvia Kennedy  and Margaret McAfee  invested  their money in Fireside Quizzes


The Children’s Sunday Club leaders held  Quiz evenings in Mary Pat’s, the village  pub, which brought members of the congregation into contact with people who are seldom seen in church.

A ladies’ ‘Pamper Night’ was held in the Parish Hall. Talented friends came to help.
There were demonstrations of: Nail Art, Hairdressing, Make up,  Massage,  Wardrobe & Waxing, Accessories & jewellery & Tables of Drinks and Nibbles.

££££ WE HAVE ALREADY DOUBLED OUR MONEY AND MET OUR INITIAL OBJECTIVES

Other imaginative initiatives are being proposed before the project comes to an end in December.

The talents Project also helped us ‘Spread the Word,’  enthusing and inspiring many people who became involved  with the ‘Talents Teams.’  It has brought them into contact with the church.

Well done, you good and faithful servants!



 
 
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