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Some of the Third Party Vendors Include: We have beautiful homemade jewelry, jewelry dolls, rubber duckies for those collectors that will be for sale at regular prices. Terri recently was in Arizona buying more beautiful stones to make her wonderful affordable jewelry.
Janice will be selling her fleece blankets that are beautiful! She makes fleece pillows, home made towels, wash clothes, cloth children’s books and much more. She has a very popular booth.
Circle of Hope benefits from: the boutique sale which is purses, belts, lingerie, jewelry, and you what ever falls into the boutqiue realm. Come and buy some great items.
Clothing of all sizes, genders, and ages.
Free: Nurses Bags as last year until they are gone.
A bake sale that is affordable.
A quick breakfast and lunch is available for purchase.
Bag sale at 2:00.
The hours of this event are 8 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
All left overs (except for the crafters stuff) go to Salvation Army Store and Safe Haven Shelter. All unopened food packages (not bake sale) goes to the Denfeld Strive program (i.e. bun packages, etc.).
If you have donations, call Peggy at 1.218.525.1905 for pick up or drop off. If you want to come the morning before the sale to drop them off and get your receipt you can as well. The Coppertop Church, lower level, March 22, a.m. only.