Holiday Arts and Crafts fair draws vendors to Mammoth Community Center

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From jewelry to jelly and so much more, the Mammoth Community Center’s Holiday Craft Fair had something for everyone. Organizers would like to have more fairs, but volunteers are needed. Nina Crowder | Miner

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The residents of Mammoth and surrounding areas convened at the Mammoth Community Center this past weekend for a sale of items such as homemade crafts, products from Avon, Mary Kay, clothing, jewelry and other items to get a start on Christmas gifts and for people looking for certain items.

Although it was a little slow due to the holiday weekend, many vendors made money and sold several items. The atmosphere was delightful. A fun day filled with many items, good food, lots of various items to choose from and the vendors were happy to talk with everyone about their products.

It is very nice when the local communities get together for an event such as this. Special thanks to Lynn Dansereau Zeiler for organizing this special day. Zeiler said she would enjoy having another event like this in the future if there were more volunteers to help her put it together. Thanks to all the vendors who contributed their time and products.

Nina Crowder (98 Posts)

Nina Crowder is a resident of Mammoth. She volunteers in several local organizations. She covers events throughout the Copper Corridor and Superior Town and School governance.


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