Holiday Shopping Helps Salvation Army

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 11/19/2012 12:58 am

The Salvation Army benefitted today from people’s holiday shopping.

It was the 3rd Annual Holiday Gift Fair in Lexington, where more than 30 vendors were selling their own, handcrafted items.

Artists said their items were unique and something you can’t find in the store.

Each booth also put together a basket that was entered into a raffle. The profits were donated to the Salvation Army.

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