American Legion Auxiliary At
The Gilmanton Craft Fair!
Submitted By Raelyn
Ellis-Geddes-Levitt Unit #102
The American Legion Auxiliary Ellis-Geddes-Levitt Gilmanton Unit 102
hopes to see all of our friends and neighbors at the 2016 Gilmanton
Holiday Craft Fair hosted by the Gilmanton PTA on Saturday, November
26th, from 9am to 3pm at the Gilmanton School, 1386 NH Route 140.
For 60 years Unit 102 has served the military servicemen and women
and military family needs of the community.
The Auxiliary will have many delicious food items to enjoy during
your Holiday Season. All proceeds from the Auxiliary’s efforts
at this and other annual events are used to support service-members,
veterans, their families and the community. We look forward to
seeing you at the Fair and hope you will stop by our location to
browse and enjoy!
School PTA Annual Holiday Craft Fair
Deanna Rondolet; age 6 with Santa.
The Gilmanton School PTA will be holding
its annual holiday craft fair on Saturday November 26th from 9AM
until 3PM at the Gilmanton School on NH Rt 140.
This annual craft fair is showcasing both local as well as non local
crafters with the opportunity to share their talents with the
general public and it’s a wonderful opportunity to browse all the
amazing, unique homemade items that make for great gift giving ideas
for loved ones! Some of our returning vendors are: Heavenly Sent
Herbs,Winnifred’s Wares, Little Linda’s Embroidery and No Weare
Else. Some of our new vendors are Lindon Garlic Farm, Angelic
Impressions charm bracelets, American Patriot Woodworking, Soul Pine
Pottery and 143 Chocolate.
A food court in the cafeteria will feature
the following clubs and organizations selling yummy food and baked
goods. Cub Scouts of America Women’s Auxiliary, Destination
Imagination, Gilmanton Year Round Library, Corner Slice and PTA.
The Gilmanton PTA will also be selling
raffle tickets and Santa will be here from 10-12. Bring your camera
and get your photo taken with the jolly St. Nick.
The Gilmanton School PTA is responsible for raising money so that we
may supplement our students’ curriculum and enrich their educational
experiences. The following are just a few of the events we
support: field trips for all grades; the Naturalist in the
Classroom; and the Artist-in-Residence program. These
activities are partially covered by the school budget, but are
extremely important to our children’s educational enrichment.