Area Methodist churches unite again for annual rummage sale

Area Methodist churches unite again for annual rummage sale
Longview News-Journal
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Thursday, July 31, 2014 - 8:56am

About 60 students at Asbury House Child Enrichment Center may gain an educational head start Friday thanks to proceeds from china plates, vinyl records, used furniture and other items.

Methodist churches have united again for the annual Asbury House Garage Sale, which is set 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday in the Faith Center of First United Methodist Church in Longview.

“The whole purpose of all of this is to give 60 children 3 to 5 years old a wonderful start to life,” said President Regina Fenderson of Asbury House .

The United Methodist Churches in the Texas North District sponsor the children’s center.

New Asbury House Director Melissa Hoskins House started Monday at the Christian child enrichment center.

“Melissa’s going to be an asset to our school because she’s the one we thought would fit the best ... in reference to her professional background and other requirements by the state,” Fenderson said.
 

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