Craft and vendor fair planned Nov. 10


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Originally Posted Online: Nov. 09, 2012, 3:18 pm
Last Updated: Nov. 09, 2012, 3:37 pm
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CRAFT AND VENDOR FAIR NOVEMBER 10TH
A fundraiser for Grow Ministries
Women Helping Women Crafts and Vendor Fair for GROW Ministries will be held,
Saturday, November 10th from 9 am to 6 pm at the Plumber's and Pipefitters Local 25
Union Hall, 4600 46th Avenue, Rock Island, IL. More than 30 vendors with hand made
crafts and home based businesses are participating in this event. There will also be a
bake sale and raffle to win handmade quilts. No admission fee to enter, but cash
donations appreciated. All proceeds will go to the GROW Ministries organization.
GROW Ministries is a faith based non-profit organization dedicated to helping women in
crisis throughout the Quad Cities area. Help change the lives of women by attending this
event. For more information about GROW Ministries, www.growministry.net.
See the list of vendors participating on Facebook, Women Helping Women-Grow
Ministries.
For more information please contact, Deb Kettler, Event Organizer, GROW Ministries
Board Member (309) 721-3706 or djk64@ymail.com or Mali Fernandez, Office
Manager, GROW Ministries, (309) 786-4769 or WVW.growministry@sbcglobal.com.
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