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Pictures from Milo Craft Fair

Article from The Piscataquis Observer, Vol. 164, No. 49, December 04, 2002

Observer Photo/Jessica Lee

SHOPPING FRENZY - The 14th annual Christmas craft fair sponsored by Three Rivers Ambulance Service in Milo was a shopper's paradise Sunday at the Penquis Valley High School gym. Among the items on sale were homemade candies, cookies, soaps and sweaters. Here, shoppers browse the local crafters' tables. Proceeds from the event went to benefit the volunteer ambulance corps.

Observer Photo/Ben Bragdon

HOMEMADE SOAP - Annette Cormier of Dexter, left, shows Abigail Hallett of Howland a bar of her "Aunt Nettie's" homemade soap at the Milo Craft Fair Sunday at Penquis Valley High School

Observer Photo/Jessica Lee

WARM GIFTS - Christine Harris-Waterman of Dover-Foxcroft shows off her hand-crafted scarves and hats on sale at the Milo craft fair Sunday.

Observer Photo/Jessica Lee

COOKIES FOR A CAUSE - The wives of Milo volunteer firefighters cooked up storm to provide enough sweet delicacies for their annual Cookie Walk at the Milo craft fair held Sunday at Penquis Valley High School. Proceeds from the sale went to benefit the firefighters and the Three Rivers Ambulance Corps., which sponsored the event. Here, Nancy Black, Robin Demers and Diane Lyford helped out at the booth.

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