Jazzy’s Children Fund Craft/Vendor Fair

Kaylee Hillesland

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A customer peruses the goods on display.

This past Saturday, December 3rd, Jazzy’s Children Fund hosted their annual craft and vendor fair at Blue Mountain School.  From earrings and tumblers to candles and holiday decor, the craft fair was filled to the brim with well-made crafts and wonderful vendors. To top it all off, there was food and music, making it a successful and enjoyable event for all. The holiday spirit was in the air with a visit from Santa Claus himself! Jazzy’s Children Fund’s mission honors the memory and wishes of Jasmine Paye who passed in 2013 after a long battle with cancer. The Jazzy’s Children Fund’s craft and vendor sale has been an annual event at BMU since 2014 after they took over for the French Club’s craft fair. Jazzy’s Children Fund raises money for families with children who have life-threatening illnesses or injuries.  The craft and vendor sale is an excellent opportunity for crafters and children in need. Jazzy’s is glad to have the craft fair return this year after being put on hold during peak COVID-19 pandemic, and the community looks forward to it next year.