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By Jill Runfola

A Fall Vendor/Craft Show was held at Rehoboth Presbyterian Church in Belle Vernon on Saturday, October 19.

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Rehoboth Presby Kitchen workers come in all age groups. Pictured are: Adrianna Leoni (front), Mary Rose, Betty Rae Smith, and Patty Smith (at back).

There were 24 vendors that took part in the event, including favorites such as: Avon, Tastefully Simple, Shuck it Pearls, Carrie’s Creations, 90 Below, Cub Scouts Pack 1562, and more. The show also featured a Bake Sale, a Chinese Auction, and food and drinks for sale.

“We have this event to get together with friends and family,” said Deacon Carolyn Clark, Church Treasurer and Moderator. “We will raise money for the church, the community, the Presbyterian Disaster Relief Fund, and also local elementary schools for children’s meals, and Samaritan’s Purse which gives to different countries for kids in need,” she added.





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