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San Jose UMC turkey supper and bazaar Nov. 7

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[October 30, 2012]  SAN JOSE -- The San Jose United Methodist Women, with the help of the men of the church and members of the community, are presenting their annual turkey supper and bazaar on the first Wednesday of November. Serving is from 4 till 7 p.m. Nov. 7.

The roast turkey supper features mashed potatoes and gravy, the "famous" dressing, corn and green beans, salad, desserts, and drinks, besides generous pieces cut from freshly roasted turkey.

Guests may dine in the beautiful Fellowship Hall or carry out.

Bazaar booths open at 3:30 p.m. and include a Candy Shop with a large variety of homemade candy and sweets; Country Store, which will have homemade pies, cinnamon rolls, breads, jelly and other goodies; and a craft booth with unique Heirloom cards, Christmas cards and musical ornaments. There will also be a table of "nearly new" Christmas decorations and other novelties.

Tickets will be sold in advance by members of the church or at the door for the same price. Ticket prices for dine-in are $9 for adults and $4 for children. Carryout prices are $9.50 and $4.

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The San Jose United Methodist Church is located at 601 S. First St. in San Jose, six blocks south of U.S. 136, at the corner of Linden and First. San Jose is about 15 miles directly south of Pekin on Towerline Road; or from Route 29 to U.S 136, then east two miles to San Jose; or about 10 miles west of Interstate 155 on U.S. 136.

For tickets or more information, call the church at 309-247-3232 or Jim Eeten at 309-247-3485.

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