Saugeen Hospital Auxiliary holds successful annual Christmas Bazaar
by Sandy Lindsay
November 21, 2016
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A pause in shopping for tea and desserts ...
Tables filled with a wide variety of items
They were lined up at the door of the Plex on Saturday, November 19th waiting to get in to the annual Saugeen Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Christmas Bazaar and volunteers in blue were there waiting for them.
Auxiliary President, Ann Vevaya-Divinski was all smiles as people crowd in to the bazaar
The Bazaar is also an opportunity to do early Christmas shopping or simply to browse. From gently used books to hand crafted items, there was something for everyone.
One of the biggest draws is always the annual baked goods sale and, this year, was no exception as the delicious home baking quickly sold out.
Rosemary Irwin and Shirley Marnoch took in the baked goods sales
Shoppers lined up for desserts
The tea room is also popular as shoppers paused in their shopping to enjoy a spot of tea and a decadent dessert.
(L) Arlene Letheren and Margaret Crossling looked after the tea
Glenna White greeted visitors
(L) Heather Mulchey and Eileen Fortney
A total raised by the Hospital Auxiliary is still being tallied up.
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