‘Crafts Galore’ another big hit

The annual “Crafts Galore” was held last Friday and Saturday at the Legion in Emo—and it was another huge success.
Although Friday saw a smaller turnout, the crowd on Saturday made up for it as people streamed in to check out the colourful display of Yuletide gifts as well as the home baking available at three tables.
Angel Low, sharing a table with Jean Steele, had her decorative creations displayed that included centrepieces and wreaths of varying sizes designed to be attractive in anyone’s home.
Another exhibitor, Irene Gerula, focused on newer decorations that caused shoppers to stop to admire and purchase. She has love for animals, especially mini dogs, and this time they were dressed up for centrepieces with inscribed verses for every occasion imaginable.
Bernice Kornelson had jars of honey in different sizes while Ray Bragg came up with some new ideas that were adorable, especially his woodwork and carvings.
Bill Burnell had his usual woodwork on display, including useful items like a small table, clothes hangers, and much more.
Other vendors included Inge Szeders, Jean Baker, John and Inga Schiebler, Pam Vittae, Sherri Stamarski, Jean Hesiler, Nancy Allan and Barb McQuaker, Margaret Stang, Margaret Brooks, and Olga Dawkins.
The local Sea Cadets once again set up a penny table, with family members on hand to sell tickets for the numerous items up for grabs to the lucky winners.
The winner of the $100 grocery hamper, donated by Cloverleaf Shop-Easy Foods, was Dale Stamarski of Devlin.

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