Colourful wreaths made by Sarah Kelly, who also does magic bags, were attention-getters at the Chemainus Fire Department’s Christmas Craft Fair Saturday. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Chemainus Fire Department Christmas Craft Fair

Proceeds from raffle sales benefit the Chemainus Secondary School Bursary Fund

Don Bodger

The Courier

Proceeds from raffle sales benefit the Chemainus Secondary School Bursary Fund

 

FIRED UP ABOUT CHRISTMAS Nicole Salonen of Chemainus, top right, displays some of her Christmas crafts for sale at the 23rd annual Chemainus Fire Department Christmas Craft Fair Saturday. Zoe Medelec, above left, is one of the Chemainus Fire Department’s newest members. She joined nine months ago and gets into the Christmas spirit at the annual Christmas Craft Fair. Bottom right, colourful wreaths made by Sarah Kelly, who also does magic bags, were attention-getters at the fair held right inside the fire hall. (Photos by Don Bodger)

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