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Murray Newsletter - March 25, 2009


Freecycle Network™

is made up of 4,709 groups with 6,565,000 members across the globe.

It's a grassroots and entirely NONPROFIT movement of people giving and receiving FREE items in their own towns. It's all about reuse and keeping good reusables out of landfills.

Please help to keep our earth clean and green!

Each local group is moderated by a local volunteer(s).

Membership is free.

Read all about it at:

www.freecycle.org

To sign up with OUR community at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FreecycleMurrayNE/

Have fun!


 

2009 Murray Community Garage Sales

*Corrected dates in RED*


Interested in having a garage or yard sale? Please consider having it at the same time as many other Murray residents. The dates listed below have been suggested to, (hopefully), work around graduation, baseball, soccer, football, and other very busy times. Nothing works for everyone, so the ONE weekend that shows the most interest will be chosen.

Possible dates:

May 1-2 or 29-30
July 17-18
July 31-Aug 1
or
Aug 7-8
(All Fridays & Saturdays)

Feel free to suggest alternate dates.
Have your sale on either day or both, whichever you'd like.

Advertising can be very expensive. So, in all fairness, you are expected to share the cost of ads, maps, fliers and posters with a small, prepaid fee, (yet to be determined).

Clubs and organizations are welcome to join in.

(Hint: You might want to consider having a concessions stand for a fundraiser!)


Forms will be available at the Post Office, Murray State Bank and Town Hall.


Please, notify

Pat Zeigler, by April 4th,

235-2926

with any questions or comments.

 


Murray Christian Church’s Annual
FATHER-SON/ MEN OF THE CHURCH BANQUET!

FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2009
6:00 p.m.

MURRAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
304 W.YOUNG ST.
MURRAY

ROAST BEEF, CORN, MASHED POTATOES &
GRAVY, COLE SLAW, DINNER ROLL & BUTTER,
BUSTER BAR DESSERT

RSVP TO: JERRY BROWN, 235-2214.
TICKETS ARE $5


MAUNDY THURSDAY SEDER MEAL

Thursday, April 9
6:30 P.M.
MURRAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH
304 W. Young, Murray


We will celebrate Maundy Thursday with a “period” meal,
a meal with food similar to that of which they shared
at the Last Supper.

There will also be a play, “Whose Cross Is It Anyway?”

Please join us!


WORSHIP AND COMMUNION WILL FOLLOW.

 


Please, email your news, announcements, and requests to be included into next newsletter to Patricia Zeigler at editor@murraynebraska.com