THE FAIR PRONOUNCED BIG SUCCESS - PROMISES OF MORE AND BIGGER FOR 2008 EVENT
The Fair this year drew more shoppers than ever.
Martin was back with a new book about a fearful pair of young eagles. Herbert is a born teacher and he spent most of the day reading his book to young and old and talking
about the fears young ones (of all species) face.
Also on hand with a new book - Dorothy Nell Harper, whose "Poetry,
Music of the Soul" did quite well. Generous as well as a canny saleswoman, Dorothy Nell held a drawing for a free book.
Below are some of the entrants - the middle guy won a book. It does pay to enter!
|Lynn Deweese - paper arts|
More on the Art, Crafts and Book Fair
|Carved ducks from the Mullins studio|
Unsung heroes - Cherry Pyron for organizing the luncheon - Katie
Beck, Betty Crisp, Bette Chandler who helped her serve. Everyone who brought food - chili, sandwiches, desserts, drinks.
Henry Brazzell for keeping up with the money, tickets, chances, door prizes. The First United Methodist Church
and the men who set up tables for us - and didn't make us take them all down.