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Old Mission Women’s Club Celebrates 20th Annual Cookie Sale

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Love the scent of freshly-baked cookies? Love having a wide assortment of cookies on hand or to give as gifts during the holiday season? Then be sure and stop by the Old Mission Women’s Club’s 20th Annual Christmas Cookie Sale.

The sale will be held on Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015 from 8 a.m. until sold out (get there early because they usually sell fast!) at Fire Station No. 2, 8150 Center Road on the Old Mission Peninsula. It’s about three miles north of Front Street. Look for the large sign on the right as you head out Center Road.

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They do not offer pre-orders, as there are too many unknowns regarding type of cookie, number of cookies, last minute glitches, etc., so be sure and get there early. Doors open promptly at 8 a.m.

More than 100 club members bake special Christmas cookies, so you’ll find a huge selection from which to choose. The cookies are packaged up for you in hand-decorated boxes and are priced at $8 per pound. Holiday breads and Christmas stollens are also available. Free coffee and live harp music add to the holiday spirit.

The Old Mission Women’s Club is a non-profit organization created for charitable and educational purposes. Over the last 19 years, the club has baked well over 100,000 cookies and has donated all of the proceeds to local community health and human service agencies.

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