Women's Bazaar Brings Holiday Cheer Early

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Searching out the perfect gift for a family member. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
Searching out the perfect gift for a family member. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

Members of the Sheridan First Methodist Church held their annual Women's Bazaar Saturday to kick off the season and the community came to check out the festivities and buy early Christmas gifts and decorations.

This year's theme was “The Holiday Express” and the church had four floors of booths with everything from books, clothes, hats and scarves to Christmas wreathes, baskets and other home decor. There was even a children’s store, in which children could find gifts for their family members in secret.

Chair for the event Barbie Flack said all the money raised goes to local and global mission work through the United Methodist Women—the largest mission work organization in the country. She is the president for the local chapter.

Last year the event raised over $7,000 and she hopes for the same this year, though attendance was slightly affected by the harsh weather.

More pictures of the event can be found below.

Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
Checking out the wreaths. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
Checking out the wreaths. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
Chair of the bazaar Barbie Flack sells some goods to a community member.Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
Chair of the bazaar Barbie Flack sells some goods to a community member.Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
Enjoying the food. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
Enjoying the food. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
Photo by Hannah Stepenoff
Photo by Hannah Stepenoff
Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.
holiday pies. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff
holiday pies. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff
SheridanWyoming.com

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