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Bazaar helping people worldwide

November 9, 2012

Photo submitted - In addition to the usual homemade baked goods and other gifts, the First United Methodist Church Women's Bazaar will feature gifts from around the world through the fair-trade organization SERRV, which works to eliminate poverty by supporting farmers and artisans worldwide. Shown above are some of the unique items that will be available at the bazaar.

The First United Methodist Church Women's Bazaar will enhance its charitable mission by partnering with an organization that helps people all over the world earn a living wage and sustain their business.

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