Visit the handcrafts booth. Enjoy a variety of foods on the spot and take some home as well! Amish cheese from Ohio, apple butter & apple cider, barbeque beef & German sausage sandwiches, frozen German sausage, baked goods from the pantry, ice cream, pecans & pecan goodies, pie-by-the-slice, healthy snacks from the “Nutrition” booth and more!
Booths are located in the General Auction and 4-H buildings. Some booths are open 5-7pm Friday. All booths open 8am Saturday.
Baskets, carvings, jewelry, linens, nativities and more. CrossRoads MarketPlace, provides vital fair income to people in underdeveloped countries around the world by selling their handcrafts and telling their stories. Visit www.crossroadsmarketplace.org for more information. Payment by Cash, Check or Visa/Mastercard
Penny Power Project
Spare Change Can Lead to Global Change
What could be more basic than “Enough Food for All”? Hanatu and Blessing Adamu, sell roasted maize on the roadside to help earn an income for their family. The Penny Power Project raised $460,850 in 2008 for projects of peace, relief and development. Drop by the MCC Booth in the General Auction Building and support the Penny Power Project.
Quilter’s Corner Booth
OFFERS A WIDE VARIETY FOR THE QUILTER AND SEWER. Books * Patterns * FABRIC! * Notions * Tools * FABRIC! * Bargains
The Christmas Booth offers a wide variety of unique Christmas items. Consider starting your early Christmas shopping here! You will not only have a wonderful shopping experience but 100% of the proceeds support MCC peace, relief, and development projects throughout the world.
Wall Hanging by Mary Ellen Gaeddert. Table Runner by Angie Nofziger.