SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS—, The Wall United Methodist Church in Heights hosted its annual Holiday Bazaar on Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28.
The two-day event offered homemade holiday treats for purchase.
On the first day of the bazaar, Mary LaPolla, who organized the event said, “As you can see it is only 20 after and there are a lot of people here and it’s good to see.”
“Usually the people waiting are waiting out the door for the jewelry table, now everyone is buying everything,” said Ms. LaPolla.
Lynn McMahon, a local resident of Spring Lake Heights, shared that her and her husband, Kevin, attend the bazaar every year. Ms. McMahon said, “We can walk to it. This is probably the best bazaar that not many people know about. The women are so sweet and there is a great selection of plants.”
Attendees were eligible to win a handmade holiday quilt and an emoji quilt for kids. There was an array of baked goods and homemade soups. The selection of handmade crafts that were available for purchase could make great gifts for a loved one during the holiday season. The church strives to help the less fortunate families who struggle to make the holidays the happiest time of the year. All proceeds contributed towards the missionaries that the church is involved in.
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