New Egypt High School will host craft, vendor fair


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PLUMSTED – New Egypt High School, Evergreen Road, will host a Winter Wonderland craft and vendor fair from 6-10:30 p.m. Nov. 18.

Principal Michael Mendes said money raised at the craft and vendor fair will help to fund the senior class trip and prom for the class of 2018.

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“Fundraising activities are conducted by our clubs, athletic teams and classes (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior) throughout the year. This particular fundraising activity is being done by the Junior class. The funds will be put toward any activities the class participates in, including the prom and senior class trip, during the next school year,” Mendes said.

Vendors will be selling various items and there will be baked goods and beverages available. There will be a $3 admission, which includes a raffle ticket. Guests will be able to create gingerbread house for $25.

Mendes said more than 50 vendors are signed up to attend the event. All members of the public are invited to stop by and assist the Junior class.

“The craft and vendor fair is open to the public,” he said. “It is a good opportunity for people to purchase items for the holidays while supporting our students.”

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