Pocketbook Sale

A Pocketbook Sale for Susan’s Kids was held on Saturday, September 29.  I’m sending out a huge thank you to April Mizelle for organizing the sale.  We  also appreciate all those who donated their “gently used” pocketbooks as well as everyone who came out on Saturday to make purchases.  Kathy Griffin, Samantha Dawson and Robin Toppin were the winners of the raffle items.   Kathy won the first prize which was a beautiful blue Vera Bradley duffle and pocketbook set.  Samantha and Robin won Coach wristlets.  You can see the prizes in the picture above.

God bless each of you for your continued support of Susan’s Kids!

Debbie Roberson

 

 

Open House – Scarves for Susan’s Kids

Most of you have already read my last post about the hand-made scarves that my sister-in-law Jamie (from Virginia) is selling as a fundraiser for Susan’s Kids.

It is so awesome to watch God work. Lorrie Kibler, a friend of Jamie’s from church, taught Jamie how to knit the scarves. Then the Lord put it on Jamie’s heart to make and sell the scarves to help Susan’s Kids.  Jamie was obedient and started making scarves and the orders began to pour in.  I wondered how in the world Jamie would keep up with all the orders, but I should have known that when God directs something then He will provide what is needed to accomplish His Plan.  Lorrie, Ginny Sanchez and several more ladies from Jamie’s church heard about what she was doing for Susan’s Kids and they started knitting scarves too so that Jamie could keep up with the orders.  They meet every week to knit scarves for Susan’s Kids and have Christian fellowship with each other.  I stand in awe of our God and what He can do if we are willing to be obedient to Him.  This is a picture of my Mother and me with Ginny, Lorrie and Jamie.

Virginia Lilley, Debbie Roberson, Ginny Sanchez, Lorrie Kibler, Jamie A. Lilley

We are so excited about this project!  I’m hosting an Open House on Saturday, March 31st and Jamie and Ginny will be here with scarves of all colors!  The new spring colors are amazingly beautiful!   For those of you who live close,  please stop by my house at  1460 Wendell Modlin Road – Jamesville, NC – any time between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturday.

The scarves sell for $20 each and all proceeds benefit Susan’s Kids.

I hope you’ll come and bring a friend! These scarves will be great as gifts!

Debbie Roberson