48th Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale – April 8 & 9, 2016
annually the 2nd weekend of April ~ a benefit for Mennonite Central Committee
Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson
2015 Sale Total: $530,000.00!
(preliminary, unaudited total)
Quilters, both individuals and groups, are stitching their next creation in preparation for the 2015 Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale.
The sale itself is two short days, yet preparations for the sale is year round. A collection of individuals from quilters to woodworkers from crafters to the committee members that organize the sale give of their time to make the Relief Sale possible. The sale exemplifies the saying “Many hands make for light work.”
Quilters select their pattern and fabrics. It’s followed by hours of cutting, piece and quilting to complete the quilt. The results are worth the effort knowing the work of Mennonite Central Committee in the areas of relief, peace and development programs world-wide are made possible by their efforts.
Here are a few pictures of quilters and woodworkers at work and an ORIGINAL 1950 Studebaker Land Cruiser 4-door sedan with desirable suicide doors and torpedo front end. More pictures of 2015 auction items coming soon.
Check out the Auction pages for descriptions & pictures of additional featured items.
*** Special MCC Alumni gathering – 10a.m. Saturday in the Sunflower North building. ***
Old Time Gospel Favorites
Piano Styling’s by Jerry Toews
Music CD’s available at the
Information Booth in the Meadowlark Building