Vendors and shoppers packed the two gymnasiums of Immanuel Lutheran School on Saturday at the annual Ladies Aid Craft Show.
In its 30th year, the show had more than 80 vendors of homemade items for sale, including more than 15 new vendors, organizer Norma Kilgas said, joining those who participated in the event before.
“Each year it gets bigger and each year there are different vendors,” Kilgas said.
Vendors only sell handmade items, keeping in tradition with the way the event started 30 years ago, Ann Mahan, another organizer, said. The event hosts vendors from Jackson, Jennings, Bartholomew and Scott counties.
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