April 6, 2014 by wcobserver
-By Michele Winkler-
About fifteen vendors and crafters joined together in raising money for the American Cancer Society today at the West Fork Community Center. Among the participants, there were at least two locals. Carol Harris supported this event because of her personal experience with her husband. She has made handy aprons with pockets that can also be buttoned to make a bonnet. At her booth there was also peach jelly from her daughter who lives in Springdale.
Sharon Wilcox is a first time vendor with two gigs today, the cancer benefit and at the Veterans’ Post. Not one to be idle, she brought scores of colorful boas and jewelry made this winter after being told by her doctor to take it easy.
A group of three women representing Sweet Love Photography and Sugar Treats had cookie samples and a very well done guitar shaped cake. Other vendors offered cute clothing, T-shirts, baked goods, Scentsy products, and dietary supplements.
Of course Amber Freeman whose hard work and dedication made this fair possible was there. She greeted people at the door and could be seen engaging attendees at the table with American Cancer Society information. Over $300 was raise for the charity.
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