Craft show to benefit community

Published 10:10 pm Monday, November 4, 2019

The Jackson Circle at Bethlehem Christian Church hosts an annual holiday fair craft show that has become a tradition for many, and this year will be no different.

The event will take place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 9 at the church, 1549 Holland Road. Breakfast, lunch and dozens of vendors will be on site.

“It’s a fundraiser for our circle,” said Wanda Boyce, leader of the Jackson Circle, a group of about 20 ladies that meets monthly for Bible study and community service. “We turn around and we use this money to give back to the community by helping families in need.”

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The group also serves at the Salvation Army soup kitchen once per year and helps with the CAPS Night Stay program is hosted at the church.

The fundraiser will include sausage biscuits at breakfast and barbecue, hotdogs, Brunswick stew and baked goods for lunch.

All manner of crafters will be on hand to sell their handiwork, Boyce added. They include quilters, woodcrafts, clothing, artwork, Christmas crafts, vintage items and more.

Call 539-4274 for more information.