LOOK: Kentucky Christmas Toy & Decoration Bazaar This Weekend in Owensboro & It’s Huge
The Daviess-McLean Baptist Center has been a much-needed service in Owensboro providing community outreach in a variety of ways for years. Their Christmas Bazaar is just one way they are able to give back.
SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR YEARS
Angel here. For as long as I can remember Gayle Boling along with multiple volunteers has spent countless hours serving families in Owensboro and surrounding counties.
From the Center Store where families can come and purchase nice clothing at just $.25 to the Sorgho Outreach Afterschool Program, Dental Program, Bible Studies, and the Community Food Pantry.
SERVING A SINGLE MOMMA
As a single mother, I was able to buy my boys nice clothing items on a budget to help us get by. When I was a Youth Service Center Coordinator the ladies always took care of my school families in need through the food pantry and also through the clothing store completely free. They love taking care of others.
MAKING THE HOLIDAY SEASON A BIT EASIER
Another way they give back to the community is by hosting their Annual Christmas Sale & Toy Bazaar. Most items are anywhere from $.25 and to.$5 with some items being over $5. Families can literally come in and find gently used and even brand-new items to take home and wrap up for Christmas. If you haven't decorated for the season you can find tons of decorations to fill your home and make it beautiful without spending a fortune. We got a sneak peek inside and wanted to share it with you all.
TAKE A PEEK INSIDE
A family could potentially get all their Christmas shopping done here.
The items are all new and priced to sell.
There are a variety of little boy and girl gifts available.
They even have wrapping paper so you can go home and wrap all your gifts.
If you know someone with an infant or toddler this is a great place to shop.
Stuffed animals are a great gift for any kid.
Our family loves board games.
Such cute gifts.
They even have new clothing.
What a great selection for all the children in our community.
Friday, December 2, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., and Saturday, December 3,I from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at 2526 Lancaster Avenue in the west end of Owensboro.