Musical Joys of Christmas Coffee at Short Hills


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Posted Online: Nov. 15, 2012, 2:15 pm
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Press release submitted by Stonecroft Morning Connection


You and your friends are cordially invited to a 'Musical Joys of Christmas' Coffee at Short Hills Country Club, 2500 10th St., East Moline on Saturday, December 1, 8:45 – 10:30 a.m.

$6.00 Inclusive
Feature: "Holiday Bake Sale"

Speaker: Judy Dagraedt, Ottawa, IL


Music: Judy Dagraedt
Mini-Concert of Christmas Music

Topic:
"Peace in the Midst of Turmoil"

Free Nursery available offsite
Please call by Nov. 27, 2012
TJ 309-236-0701 or Claudia 309-787-2339
Sponsored by Stonecroft Morning Connection
Reservations Essential
Cancellations Necessary

















 



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