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The 14th Annual Benefit Craft Bazaar has been slated for Nov. 3 from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. at Guymon High School. This yearâs event is going to be held on this one Saturday only.
With the holidays approaching, Sandy Mauldin and Susie Ronne, co-organizers of the event, are excited about all the new and fun items this year.
There will be over 70 booths filled with baked goods, Miche bags, jewelry, decorative shirts, Christmas decor, quilts, and several other items.
Crafters will be joining together from Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado.
A concession stand will be provided and admission is free to attend this event.
Chances are now being sold at Shear Perfection or chances can be bought at the craft show Nov. 3. There will be drawings held for an afghan made by Dee Anderson, and a $500 cash drawing donated by Linda Hill Crop Insurance.
There will also be baskets filled with items donated by the crafters. All ticket sales, donations at the door, and all booth rental fees will be given to people in the community with extreme medical expenses.
Thrivent for Lutheran Community Care will be doing a matching fund as well as Linda Hill Crop Insurance $500 matching fund.
The Benefit Craft Bazaar will be filled with amazing crafts and delicious food. All in need of a good time, and a chance to join in on the fun are welcome to attend the Bazaar at Guymon High School to help benefit the recipients as well as National Honor Society, who will be responsible for the concession stand.