St. Michael's Church
Orthodox Church in America
Jermyn, Pennsylvania
Christmas in September Festival Donation List 2017

To make a monetary donation for any of the following items, follow the link to the St. Michael's Orthodox Church donation page:


Venue Tents $600.00,
Stage/Tent for Bands $600.00,
Advertisement: see Fr. John,
Music Entertainment for Friday and Sunday $1000.00,
Potato Pancake Mix $45.00 per bucket (12 buckets),
6 cases of French Fries $250.00,
Propane for fryers $150.00,
Oil for fryers $150.00,
Hamburg for Wimpies/Hamburgers $125.00,
Hot Dogs/Sauerkraut $75.00,
Kielbasa for sandwiches $100.00,
Kitchen Supplies (Aluminium Foil, Bags, Plastic Wrap, Containers) $150.00,
Ketchup/Mustard $50.00,
Paper products (Napkins, Paper Towels) $100.00,
Coffee/Creamers/Sugars/ $100.00,
All Bread Products (All Rolls, Rye Bread) $150.00,
Garbage Products (Bags) $50.00,
Plastic Utensils $50.00.

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