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Altrusa Fabric and Craft Bazaar on again
Ashburton Guardian, Canterbury  30 Jun 2017
General News - page 5 - 107 words - ID 801737985 - Photo: Yes - Type: News Item - Size: 347.00cm2

Ashburton Altrusa members have been hard at work for the past three weeks sorting about 100 boxes of fabric and craft supplies ahead of Saturday's Fabric and Craft Bazaar, opening at the Sinclair Centre on Park Street at 9am. The group will also run a pop-up shop in the Arcade next week.

Proceeds will be used to support a range of community ventures including the AVAILL school literacy project, the Harold Club, Magic Mums, Carers' Day Out and the Graeme Dingle foundation's Kiwi Can programme.

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Right - Beverley Gellatly, Isabell Page, Pam Champness, Joan Lawn, Annette Lane and Helen Hooper sorting donated items.

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