Selling holiday crafts to benefit community

The First Presbyterian Church of Logan is presenting its first annual Holiday Treasure Boutique this weekend. Committee member Ann Egelund says it’s for the whole community and Cache County Executive Lynn Lemon will be speaking at its ribbon cutting Friday at 6 p.m.The church is located on the corner of Center Street and 200 West in Logan.Egelund says the hours are 6 to 8 p.m. Friday then 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. She says vendors will be selling their jewelry, fiber art, pottery, photos, baby blankets, holiday breads and a lot more. There will also be a silent auction.The sale will be held in the newly remodeled Bruner Hall,which was named for the late former Presbyterian Pastor Miner Bruner, a man Egelund says cared about the community.”Any profits that we make are going to be rolled back into the Deacons Fund,” Egelund explains, “which is a fund that we use to help people who are having a little bit of financial problems, things like utility bills. We’ve done everything from buying cords of wood for wood stoves, to repairing bicycles to paying gas bills. It doesn’t matter if your Presbyterian or any other faith.”Egelund says the Holiday Treasure Boutique is being inaugurated with the ribbon cutting to usher in a new era of community support.

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