"Service Above Self!"

We meet Mondays at 11:45 AM
Fredericksburg United Methodist Church
1800 N Llano
Fellowship Hall
Fredericksburg, TX  78624
United States
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Fredericksburg Salutes Our Wounded Warriors
Fredericksburg Salutes
Our Wounded Warriors
A non-profit 501C3 organization and
not associated with the National Wounded Warriors Association
 
Our annual fundraiser is held on Thanksgiving Day (November 23rd) in Luckenbach, Texas.
 
We serve Turkey, Smoked Ham, Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans.  We just ask that you make a donation and bring a small side or dessert to share.
 
The event begins at 1:00 pm with Live Entertainment
 
We are having a Silent Auction of 12+ baskets filled with wine, dinners at Cabernet Grill, Auslander's,  Ratskeller's etc; FBG Theater Company tickets, Movie Passes, Nimitz Museum Full Passes and more.
 
We also have a raffle for a Savage Axis XP 243 with scope and a Heritage Rough Rider 357 magnum Pistol.  Raffle Tickets are $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00.
Ask Lee Dunsirn or Bob Lee for Raffle Tickets
 
Come join us on Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd at 1:00 pm
 
AND if you would like to help at the Dinner;
Please contact Lee Dunsirn at 505-400-1779
 
Toys for Tots!
 
It's time for Toys for Tots again!
Our local Rotary Clubs are gathering toys and money for local families struggling to have a Merry Christmas. If you'd like to volunteer, please contact Bob Lee at rllee1972@gmail.com
If you'd like to donate new or unused toys, you can drop them off at locations listed below. If you or a family you know would like to apply for help with Christmas this year, please have applications returned by December 11th.
 
Applications may be acquired at:
Good Samaritan/Community Health Center - 140 Industrial Loop
Hill Country Community Needs Council - 1904 N Llano St.
KNAF / 910 AM Radio - 210 Woodcrest St. 
Fredericksburg Visitor Information Center - 302 E Austin St.
 
Toy or Money Donation Stations:
Chassis by Zach - 578 FM2093/Tivydale Rd.
KNAF - 910 AM Radio, 210 Woodcrest St 
HEB - 407 S Adams St.
Walgreen’s Store - 704 S Adams St.
Fredericksburg Visitor Information Center - 302 E Austin St.
First United Bank - 1710 N Llano St. 
First United Bank - 1318 S State Highway 16
Centennial Bank - 710 S Adams St 
Arrowhead Bank - 502 S Adams St.
Security State Bank & Trust - 201 W Main St. 
Broadway Bank - 204 W Main St. 
Dollar General - 601 E. Main St.
Weinheimer & Son - 14462 U.S. 290, Stonewall 
Seven E Taxidermy - 23500 W US Hwy 290, Harper   
The Harper Library - Hwy 290, Harper
 
Cash or check donations can be mailed to Rotary Club of Fredericksburg, PO Box 1006 in Fbg. or simply click the Donate button below!
 
Thank you and MERRY CHRISTMAS!
 
 
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