Betty Papik, right, and Tess Moor, middle, fill their tins with the beautiful cookies at the Exeter United Methodist Women Cookie Walk
Loryne Moore is the hostess at the coffee and cookie table.
Evelyn Michl, left, and Roma Rhodes, right, keep trays filled for the cookie walk.
With coffee and cookies consumed these ladies are enjoying some fellowship at the United Methodist Women Cookie Walk.
COOKIES!! Dozens and dozens of cookies are all lined up and ready to be chosen at the Exeter United Methodist Women Cookie Walk.
Irene Brekke fills her tin with cookies at the Exeter United Methodist Women Cookie Walk.
Walking is supposed to be good for you so a cookie walk has to be good for you too, right?
The Exeter United Methodist Women hosted their Annual Cookie Walk and Fruit and Nut Sale in the Memorial Room of the church on Thursday morning. They welcomed everyone and served punch, coffee and cookies.
There were a variety of beautiful cookies for both Thanksgiving and Christmas available to load up in their holiday themed tins. Members of the church each made 12 dozen cookies for the event which usually sells out in the first hour.
Part of the morning's events is a time of fellowship as coffee and cookies are consumed and visiting commences. It's a quick respite before preparations for the holidays are started.