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By Sigrid Olson
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Potomac Christmas shopping fun

 

December 13, 2018

Sarah Russell

At the second Annual Potomac Craft Show Dec. 8, 28 treasure-laden booths filled the Potomac/Greenough Community Center. Pictured: Spare Time Projects of Potomac offered goat milk soap, bracelets, signs and other creations.

POTOMAC - Potomac hosted its second annual Craft Show Dec. 8 at the Potomac Greenough Community Center. Crafts at the event included wreaths, fudge, scarves and hats, wine holders, knives, canned jams, quilts, potholders and more. Potomac youth resident Hilde Hamilton played the violin as people shopped. Potomac eighth graders also helped with the effort. Hazel and Owen Tyler offered wild rice soup at their Paws Up Safe Home and home made knife booth. Each vendor kept their profits. The fee for booth rental covered the rental of the community center itself and money spent preparing.

Sarah Russell

Vendors Sheila and Chuck Rupp offering a variety of items for shoppers at the annual Craft Show.

Organizer Sarah Russell thought the soup was amazing and could smell its aroma over her booth of soap. “It took me two months to organize the event but it was worth it because being able to put something fun for the community is the goal,” said Russell.

 

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