To the Times of Ti:
The St. Mary’s School 22nd annual craft fair was a huge success, thanks to so many people who gave in a variety of ways.
We received donations of food from Two Brother’s Meat Market and Eddie’s Restaurant, paper and plastic products and coffee from McDonald’s, and monetary donations from White Construction and International Paper Ticonderoga mill. Some people made baked goods; others donated their time in the kitchen, country store, white elephant sale or book fair. Still others set up or cleaned up after it was over. We also appreciate the crafters who shared their many talents by selling their handmade products at our fair.
Many people came and enjoyed the crafts, raffles, baked goods, books, white elephant treasures and the lunchtime offerings.
St. Mary’s School is thankful to all who participated in any way. That is what made the event such a widely-enjoyed success.
St. Mary's School continues to sell basket raffle tickets in anticipation of the raffle drawing to be held at the Dec. 3 spaghetti dinner at the school.
Sr. Sharon Dalton, principal
St. Mary’s School