Youth Ministry Cookout and Auction Fundraiser


Saturday, March 12, 2022

Silent Auction 5:00-6:30PM
Food Service: 5:30-7:00PM
Live Auction: 7:00PM

Important Dates

January 30, 2022: Volunteer Meeting

February 27, 2022: Dessert Sign-Up Deadline

March 6, 2022: Auction Donations Deadline


Adult: $12
Children (4-11): $6
Children (3 and under): Free

Available from: Youth Ministry Members or
Usher's office after service

All meal tickets include: Chicken & Ribs or Hamburger, baked potato, baked beans, salad, bread, dessert & drink


Tickets are on sale for the 20th Annual Youth Ministry Cookout and Auction Fundraiser (Dine-in and Take-out are available). This year’s cookout will be held on Saturday, March 12! Ticket sales are limited to 450! You can purchase your ticket from any teen or go to the Ushers office after Sunday services.



It’s almost cookout time again! There will be a brief meeting for those who would like to help with the cookout Sunday, January 30 after the morning worship service. We will meet in the Sanctuary. Thanks in advance to all who volunteer, we could not do this without you!



If you would like to make a 9 x 13 cake for the desserts at the Cookout, please sign the list on the boards in the Activity center or Classroom Annex, or see Cheryl Finley by Sunday, February 27. We need a total of 40 cakes.


     We’re really looking to spark some interest in our bidders this year, therefore we are asking for your donations!

Here are some ideas of items you can donate:
1. New items - remember this is not a yard sale. (e.g. - items that you have had for some time or something you purchased on sale for a future gift, but never used.)
2. Handmade items - these items really go the best. If you can donate a handmade item that would be wonderful. (e.g. - cross stitched item, a crocheted item, lamps, bird feeder, bird house, lawn ornament or seasonal decorations, etc.)
3. Collectible items (e.g. - old well pulley, pottery, quilt, quilt top, etc.)
4. Sporting Goods items (e.g. - turkey calls, camo, rod & reel, tackle box, fishing lures, deer stand, etc.)
5. Kids Items - something that would spark the interest of our younger bidders. (e.g. - books, toys, kites, etc.)
6. Little “trinkets” are great but we will limit the number of these items that we accept.
7. Your time, such as taking someone on youth hunt trips, a day at the lake, fishing trip, babysitting, yard work, etc.

     Please turn in your donations to Nita Wingo by Sunday, March 6. Any questions you have may also be directed to Nita or Bro. Dale. We hope you plan to be a part of this evening full of good food, fun and fellowship!