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Fifty artisans presented their work during the annual Holiday Shop at the Mt. Vernon Unitarian Church on Windmill Lane on Saturday, Nov. 17.
Church music director Mark Thompson and banjo player Eric Pourchot serve up bowls of soup ...
Karen Schwarz prepares to select a colorful thread for another of her Talking Design creations.
Kim Hyo Ju displays a piece of her pottery.
Susan Wilson and Kathy Sproston sell flowers at the Holiday Shop.
Mary Ellen Feid shows a customer one of her crocheted afghan throws.
Joyce Wagner and a few of Reinvented Elegance jewelry pieces.
Chef Mike Walker sets up quarts of soup for sale in the Country Kitchen.
I see many good things to buy at this marketplace, but right now I have money only for a pair of Levis jeans. I usually can not stop from buying the items I like, which I know that it's a bad habit.
The Church can donate a part of this fundraising to street pianos New York from SingForHope.org. This organization is trying to help the talented teenagers to learn how to play the piano. This is a dream come true for many children and you can take part to its achievement.
I loved the funky jewelry collection at the event, I would love to wear these beautiful neck pieces. However, the event must have been full of entertainment for the shoppers because it had all sorts of merchandise along with food. I recently attended a fashion fair where they were selling branded items at a cheap rate, I bought a pair of Jordan shoes for myself.
I like your jewelry shop and I thought that next year I will open one with Reimer jewels and I will give to your church 10 percent of my profit. Do you agree with my offer?
Also I found a source from where I can buy solid gold at a decent price and I would be able to make beautiful jewelry for women and men as well. I can not wait to see if my products will be bought!
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