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Fall Rummage and Craft Fair

John and Kim rearrange their rummage sale tables during an ebb in the traffic on Saturday afternoon.

John and Kim rearrange their rummage sale tables during an ebb in the traffic on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Louise Krafft.

— Tables filled the east parking lot at Mount Vernon High School on Saturday, Oct. 20, for the annual fall rummage sale. Inside the school cafeteria, new authors, jewelry designers, boutique owners and craft vendors set out their creations for shoppers to browse and purchase. Kathy Brown of Sugar Hollow Farm brought Sheba, Macaria, Georgie and young Matoskah, four of her alpacas to the fair. Brown operates Sugar Hollow Farm in Lorton where she spins and knits the alpaca wool into scarves and clothing. The alpacas live on a farm with other alpacas in Capon Bridge, W.Va.