Old Mission Women's Club Christmas Cookie Sale, Dec. 11, 2021 | OMWC Photo
Joan Rowland and Cathy Spanski keeping the cookies stocked | OMWC Photo
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I posted about this in a recent news roundup, but wanted to make sure everyone saw it. Because, as in previous years, it’s a don’t-miss event.

The Old Mission Women’s Club is hosting their 25th Annual Christmas Cookie Sale on Saturday, Dec. 10, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Peninsula Township Hall, 13235 Center Road (they sell out fast, though, so get there early).

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As in past years, there will be a large assortment of delicious and elegant holiday cookies, decorated sugar cookies, gluten-free cookies and treats, truffles, candies and quick breads. There will even be some holiday treats for your furry family members.

Cookies are $10/lb., paid for by cash, check or credit card. Truffles, candies, quick breads and doggy treats are priced separately. Decorated containers are provided, along with gloves for safe handling.

All the proceeds from the cookie sale go to the club’s charitable projects right here in our community. (Full disclosure: I’m a member and they do a LOT of good works in the community. The club began in 1931 and is still going strong.)

Old Mission Women's Club Christmas Cookie Sale, Dec. 11, 2021 | OMWC Photo
Sylvia Walworth with the gluten free cookies | OMWC Photo

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