Women’s Christmas celebration changing location this year

Having outgrown the Midway Community Hall the 29th annual Women's Christmas Celebration is moving to the fairgrounds pavilion.

This will be the 29th year that the women of the Boundary area have gathered together on the first Wednesday of December to celebrate the Christmas season. The morning has become a tradition for many—one that gets them “in the Christmas spirit”. The event consists of a coffee time, followed by a program with a guest speaker and a buffet lunch. This year’s speaker will be Lisa Siewert from Rock Creek.

The venue has moved to the Rock Creek Fair Pavilion.

The Women’s Christmas Celebration has outgrown the space available at the Midway Hall and will be taking place at the Rock Creek Fair Pavilion this year. Once again, everyone is requested to bring non-perishable food for the Lion’s Club Christmas food hampers. This year’s Women’s Christmas Celebration will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 4, with coffee available at 9:30 and the program starting at 10 a.m. Everyone is welcome!


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