Hearty Mum Sale
There will be mums for sale west of St. Remy Hall on Sunday morning from 8:00am - till sold
Each family in the parish is asked to donate 2 or 3 items for the bake wheel. All cakes, pies,
breads, rolls, cookies (12 large or 18 small per package), cupcakes (10 or 12 per package),
brownies, etc., should be securely wrapped. Please label all cakes to identify the flavor.
Again this year we will have two drop-off spots for your baked goods. The
primary location will be behind the Bake Wheel on the pre-built shelves. When
these are full, a secondary pre-built shelf will be available in Mary Francis garage
at 105 Borchers Street. Peel off labels will be available at both locations. Extra cake mixes
purchased by the bake wheel committee are available in the back of church. These cake
mixes should be used for extra baking in addition to your original donation. Any time you
have to do some extra baking for us is greatly appreciated!
Anyone interested in donating to this year’s raffle table, please contact Jeffie & Scott
Voisard (937) 621-4216. Past donations have included: both handmade and purchased
articles such as baskets & quilts, perfume and makeup items, hair care products, lawn
furniture. floral arrangements, corn hole games and a variety of other really nice items. All
donations are greatly appreciated as they will benefit different organizations in the Russia
Community and St. Remy Parish.
Each family is asked to donate 3 items, either purchased or handmade, to the fancy stand.
Items from men, scouts, 4-H members and any crafty person are very much appreciated.
The fancy stand has asked that you please do NOT donate any squirt guns. All fancy stand
items will be stored in Rosie Cordonnier’s garage at 103 Borchers Street.
Lunch Stand & Chicken Dinners
We are asking each family in the parish to donate 2 pies. These will be used for either the
lunch stand or the barbecue chicken dinner. Securely wrap your pies and mark them or put
them in zip lock bags. We would like to encourage more berry and pudding pies and they
should be taken to the walk-in cooler in the kitchen. If the first letter in your last name is
A-M, deliver your pies on Saturday, if it begins with N-Z, deliver your pies on Sunday.
Tomatoes are needed. Anyone that can donate tomatoes should deliver them to the
Community Center kitchen between 8:30 and 9:00am Saturday morning.
Clean Up & Can Crews
Some of the 8th grade class will be assigned to clean up the grounds and the 7th grade
class will work in the lunch stand. This has worked well and the students have showed up.
THANKS KIDS!! Scott Armstrong and Josh Francis are in charge of the clean-up. Barrels are
all around the grounds for trash. Your help in keeping the grounds cleaned up during the
festival is appreciated. As we did last year, there are special trash cans throughout the
grounds especially for recyclables. Please use them!
We ask that children not play on the festival grounds after tents are up. Parents are
responsible for explaining safety rules to their children. There is more vehicle and pedestrian
traffic over the weekend and we ask that everyone drive cautiously.
St. Remy Street will be blocked off between Main Street and Borchers Street as usual during
the weekend. Late in the afternoon on Saturday and again in the afternoon on Sunday, we
will also be blocking off Borchers Street near St. Remy Street and back to the Bake Stand.
Stand Building & Tear Down
Stands should be built beginning at 6:00pm on Thursday evening. No stand should be torn
down on Sunday evening before 11:30pm. Each stand is responsible for the return of their
equipment to the proper storage area. Your help with the clean-up is greatly appreciated.
Parents should remind their children of their scheduled hours and the importance of working
them. We are asking everyone to work at least a 2 ½ hr. shift. It takes everyone in the
parish to make our festival a success. If you are unassigned to a stand, please contact
Barb Cordonnier or Gina Monnin (email@example.com) at Russia School