Drop-off times for auction items
Wood & Tool Auction
Wood and Tool Auction will be collected at 110 East Main St, Dalton (the east side of the former Clark Ceramics). This is directly across the street from the Dalton school bus garage. Please do not drop off quilt donations here.
- Mon, June 24 – 10am to 4pm
- Tues, June 25 -10am to 5pm
- Wed, June 26 – 10am to 5pm
- Thurs, June 27 – 10am to 5pm
Contact Rich & Laurel Horst at 330-682- 4843 for alternate times.
Transportation Volunteers Needed! Volunteers will be needed to transport Wood/Tool items to the Wooster Fairgrounds. Contact Rich and Laurel if you can help.
Quilts, Comforters & Wallhangings
Quilts may be dropped at the Gospel Bookstore in Berlin, or MCC Connections in Kidron marked clearly for the Ohio Relief
Sale, attn: Susan Hofstetter. Due dates:
- By June 21 to be listed in the Sale
- Catalog and photographed for website; Last date for photos, July 12
- Contact Susan at 330-465-5814 or Katie Miller at 330-317-3549
Used Book Drop-off
Please drop off your used book donations at the Wayne County Fairgrounds on Wed, July 31 from 4pm to 8pm or all day on
Thursday and Friday, August 1 and 2. Please contact Maynard Miller with questions at 330-231-2413.
You may drop off your crafts, needlework, and artwork, etc. at the fairgrounds on July 31. If you wish to set your own price fort he items, please make sure they are clearly marked. For more information, call Rachel Neiswander at 330-473-0442.
My Coins Count
If your church is collecting change (and bills and checks) for My Coins Count (formerly Penny Power), if you need help or resources, please contact Brenda LaTullipe at 330-933-6372.
If you prefer, your church can count their own change and send a check. We’ll still keep track of your donation!
You are welcome to donate houseplants and perennials for the Relief Sale. Please put perennials in pots and drop them off at the Fairgrounds. Any questions may be directed to Barb Miller at 330-388-5822.
If you love to Bake, send your creations to the Relief Sale! Can you, your Small Group or Sunday School Class get together for a Baking Day? Bake Sale items are popular and sell
well, but we need more of them.
Please no custard or cream pies (we can’t refrigerate them). We recommend that you label your baked items with ingredients to aid people with food allergies. Homebaked
items sell the best – please drop them off at the Relief Sale on Friday and Saturday morning. Items to bring:
- Cookies and Whoopie Pies
- Cinnamon Rolls
- Dinner Rolls and Breads
- Fruit Pies
- Cakes and Angel Food Cakes
- Donuts and Creamsticks
Volunteers! We always need help staff the Bake Sale stand. If you can help or have questions, please contact Janet Shoup (330-359-5709) or Leona Horst (330-264-2551).