The Missionary Ministry of The First United Baptist Church, White Marsh, will sponsor a holiday bazaar with an array of vendors from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 18.
Vendors will include African-American children’s book author Kay Wright, gift baskets, hand-created décor items, jewelry, crafts, a cosmetic consultant, homemade chili, baked items, jams and jellies, door prizes, gift wrapping and more. The Missionary Café will be open, selling breakfast and lunch items.
In collaboration with the Peninsula Food Bank and the food pantry of Union Baptist Church, “Feed Everybody, Every Day,” a free ticket will be given each attendee donating a canned food item. A ticket will provide an opportunity to win a prize each hour of the bazaar.
Starting at 10 a.m. the Gloucester Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department will give a presentation on holiday safety for young people 3-16 years of age. The first 75 young people will each receive a gift bag of goodies donated by the Fire and Rescue...
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