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Shoppers enjoy Shrewsbury church fair

Margie Rosiello, 84, examines a necklace at Shrewsbury First Congregational Church's Fall Fair on Saturday, Nov. 10.

Shrewsbury – Dozens of shoppers got an early start on their holidays lists when they attended the ?Shrewsbury First Congregational Church's Fall Fair Saturday, Nov. 10. The fair included everything from plants to jewelry, handcrafted and hand-knit items, homemade jams, jellies, baked goods and a cookie walk, as well as a flea market and silent auction. (Photos/Yi-Ke Peng)

Jessica Smith and her grandmother-in-law Janice Smith marvel at a pair of hand-knit booties.

Marj Hastings, 72, examines the silent auction items.

 

Hallee Pereira, 7, watches as Roberta Jelinch fills up her cookie jar with cookies.

 

Rena Mayberry, left, shows Mary Chandra two potted plants for sale.

Samantha McGill, left, and Barbara Stanney examine the jewelry for sale.

 

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