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Livelihood Items

Livelihood Items

Livelihood Items 

 

PASTRIES STATION

 Item of food consisting of sweet pastry with a cream, jam, or fruit filling.

 1. Graham Balls

 2.Mini  Doughnuts

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 3. Cupcakes (to make it with twist, we will put cupcakes in a cone) 

 4. Cookies

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MIRYENDA/KAKANIN STATION

Light meal mostly prepared after meals or afternoon. 

 

 1. Empanada

 2. Turon

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 3. Frozen banana

 4. Banana Cue and Camote cue

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STREET FOOD  STATION

Prepared or cooked food sold by vendors in a street or other public location for immediate consumption.

 

1. Fishball

2. Kikiam

3. Kwek kwek

4. Chicken Skins

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REFRESHMENTS AND BEVERAGE STATION
Include non-alcoholic beverage and edible items commonly served between meals, but not intended to substitute for meals, such as tea, coffee, soft drinks, juice, doughnuts, cookies, sweet rolls, pieces of fruit or cheese.

 1. Juice

 2. Flavored Iced Tea

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 3. Coffee

 4. Soda

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 5. Shake

 

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STUDY CAFE STATION

 For study, work and generally hangout with some friends.

 

 1. Sandwiches/Burgers


 2. Fries


 3. Pasta


 4. Frappe


 5. Drinks

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WOMEN STATION
a small store that sells stylish clothing, jewelry, or other usually expensive thing. 

Accessories
1. Bracelet
2. Necklace
3. Earrings
4. Headband
5. Scarf
6. Hair accessories like clip etc.
7. Wrist watch

Cosmetic Products
1. Lipstick
2. Make-up
3. Lip gloss
4. Eyeliners
5. Hair wax
6. Powder

Others...
1. Wallet/Coin purse
2. Bag
3. Perfume/cologne
4. Sunglasses 
 

GRAPHIC DESIGN STATION
1. Tshirt Printing
2. Personalized ID Lace
3. Lamination
4. Yearbook
5. Baller
6. Personalized Mug
7. Photo printing?

SOUVENEIR STATION

1. Personalized Toys (with Bethany brand name)

2. Coin Purse (with bethany brand name)
 
3. Keychain (with Bethany brand name)
 
4. Mug (with bethany brand name)
In this matter we need manpower. How?
1. Deaf Group- According to Sis. Jean, she can invite her deaf friends to volunteer or work with us.
2. Buddy Teachers- Yes, most of them are high school students, meaning their class is half day only, so they can give their vacant time to volunteer
3. Student Parents- We can choose some of our parents to participate in this livelihood program, while some of them are waiting for their children, they can participate and volunteer, but we must give their commitment and swear an ought. Instead of wasting time in waiting, we can invite them to join.
4.Volunteers- Before it is hard to invite volunteers because we think , we cannot give them job duty, but now, we have livelihood program, we can invite volunteers to participate for example in production, they can make and help in sewing garments for stuff toys, design and make coin purse, bags, wallet etc.  (Let's just make a happy environment for them to enjoy what they are doing.)
5. DMC Students- When we have DMC Students, they can also volunteer during their free time.
6. Congregation- Maybe by next year, our church will grow, grow and grow so we can also invite them to part of this ministry by volunteering.