Antelope Valley Women’s Club offers bazaar and dinner Sunday |

Antelope Valley Women’s Club offers bazaar and dinner Sunday

Staff reports

Antelope Valley Women’s Club, with members in Coleville, Walker and Topaz, continues a long history of community service and social interaction.

The group will hold its only fund-raiser, the 33rd annual bazaar and roast beef dinner on Sunday at the Walker Community Center in Walker, Calif., 15 miles south of the Nevada-California state line.

The bazaar doors open at noon, featuring a variety of crafters, many of whom are area residents.

Dinner will be served from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., and tickets are available in advance from club members and will be available at the door. Cost is $7.50 for adults and $3.50 for children aged 3 to 10.

A locally handmade quilt will be the top prize in the annual raffle.

The women’s group has helped the community in various ways, including building and maintaining the local church, helping victims of fire, flood and other calamities, providing meals for the needy, organizing cleanup parties for the cemetery, community areas and for private parties, and most visible, according to member Doris Spencer, supporting schools and future scholars.

“Let us feed you an outstanding Sunday dinner and go home with the warm fuzzy feeling that you have helping toward maintaining this worthwhile organization,” she said.