Shop Local Vendor and Craft Fair at Athol Town Hall

The 10th annual Shop Local Vendor and Craft Fair was held Saturday at Memorial Hall at Athol Town Hall to raise funds for the Walking Warriors Relay for Life team. More than 30 vendors took part in the event, including the local Knights of Columbus, Disabled American Veterans and Athol Lions Club.

The 10th annual Shop Local Vendor and Craft Fair was held Saturday at Memorial Hall at Athol Town Hall to raise funds for the Walking Warriors Relay for Life team. More than 30 vendors took part in the event, including the local Knights of Columbus, Disabled American Veterans and Athol Lions Club. PHOTO BY GREG VINE

On Saturday, the 10th annual Buy Local Vendor Fair was held in Memorial Hall at Athol Town Hall to raise funds for the Walking Warriors Relay for Life team. The event was organized by a local family that includes 91-year-old Lunetta Prue (seated left), her daughter Kim Pratt (rear left), her daughter Natasha Beauchemin (center rear), and her daughters Makayla (standing right) and Alexa (right front).

On Saturday, the 10th annual Buy Local Vendor Fair was held in Memorial Hall at Athol Town Hall to raise funds for the Walking Warriors Relay for Life team. The event was organized by a local family that includes 91-year-old Lunetta Prue (seated left), her daughter Kim Pratt (rear left), her daughter Natasha Beauchemin (center rear), and her daughters Makayla (standing right) and Alexa (right front). PHOTO BY GREG VINE—

Published: 11-20-2023 4:00 PM

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