A Cookie of a Good Time

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A Cookie of a Good Time

Cookie lovers of all kinds were waiting in line for the doors to open for the 9th annual First United Methodist Church Gingerbread Cookie House this past Saturday and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there to bring us the story.

Tables and tables covered with every kind of cookie imaginable filled the First United basement in a tradition that dates back nine years. Cookie Meister Kimberly Hein coordinated the event and said it’s all about community.

The early bird may get the worm, but for those cookie connoisseurs, it’s the late shoppers that are left with the crumbs.

Christmas cookies at Christmas time, for some there’s no better better way to celebrate.

Both the ladies and the men of the church combined their baking talents to produce the hundreds and hundreds of cookies needed for the sale. Hein listed the endless varieties.

Not only a fundraiser for the church, many found getting their cookies here, a Christmas convenience, including Lexie Culligan.

Cookies were sold at $6 a pound and monies raised help fund the church building modernization project.

A Cookie of a Good Time
A Cookie of a Good Time
A Cookie of a Good Time

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