Salvation Army sets date for fall bazaar
By Becky Barclay
Published in News on September 17, 2013 1:46 PM
Vendors selling everything from jewelry to organic soaps and lotions will be part of the Salvation Army's fall bazaar fundraiser Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Salem United Methodist Church.
Items that will be for sale include Tupperware, Pampered Chef and Thirty-One purses and handbags.
"We will have a lady who will be there who makes jewelry out of wire," Salvation Army Lt. Julie Igleheart said. "It's really beautiful."
Also on hand will be two massage therapists and a woman who makes memory bears.
Another vendor will be selling keychains and monogrammed items.
The Salvation Army's women's auxiliary will sell homemade cakes, pies and desserts.
"If you're looking for something very delicious, you need to come out and buy a pie or cake," Mrs. Igleheart said.
The Salvation Army's home league group will also have a table with handmade items like survival bracelets in different colors and an assortment of books.
"We'll have an array of things for sale," Mrs. Igleheart said.
The Salvation Army's women's auxiliary will sell a lunch of hot dogs, chips and a drink at a small cost.
There is still time for vendors to rent a table at $25 each.
Proceeds from the fall bazaar will be used by the Salvation Army to help local people with electricity, rent, medication and more.
For more information or to request a vendor table, call the Salvation Army at 919-735-4811.