Craft show benefits food, toy drive


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Patricia Bernard displayed her craftsmanship on Saturday, exhibiting glass bottle snowmen and handmade wooden Christmas decorations at the 19th annual Crothersville FFA Craft Show.

Christmas music played in the background while shoppers strolled the gymnasium, glancing at tables lined with baked goods, children's hair bows and Christmas trees made from pine cones at the Crothersville Jr./Sr. High School.

Bernard, a Scottsburg resident, was one of more than 90 vendors set up at the event with her family. 

She participated again this year because it not only invites the community to browse her knickknacks, but also because proceeds raised at the event go to the 25th annual Crothersville FFA Toy and Food Drive.

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