Better at Home Christmas Craft Fair

By on December 4, 2013
Better at Home, formerly known as Community Action for Seniors’ Independence (CASI), held its Christmas craft sale Saturday at the Osoyoos Seniors Centre. A total of 18 vendors sold a range of items, including baked goods, jewelry, woodwork, knitted items and carvings. Terry Weiss (below), from Castlegar, owns Doodlebug Chocolates and she sold some sweets to this couple. Organizer Bonnie Rhys said Better at Home made almost $900 from selling soup and a bun and coffee. The Osoyoos Seniors Centre made $375 selling baked goods, which will be donated to the Variety Club Telethon of Hope in February. (Keith Lacey photo)

Better at Home, formerly known as Community Action for Seniors’ Independence (CASI), held its Christmas craft sale Saturday at the Osoyoos Seniors Centre. A total of 18 vendors sold a range of items, including baked goods, jewelry, woodwork, knitted items and carvings. Terry Weiss (below), from Castlegar, owns Doodlebug Chocolates and she sold some sweets to this couple. Organizer Bonnie Rhys said Better at Home made almost $900 from selling soup and a bun and coffee. The Osoyoos Seniors Centre made $375 selling baked goods, which will be donated to the Variety Club Telethon of Hope in February. (Keith Lacey photo)

Better at Home, formerly known as Community Action for Seniors’ Independence (CASI), held its Christmas craft sale Saturday at the Osoyoos Seniors Centre. A total of 18 vendors sold a range of items, including baked goods, jewelry, woodwork, knitted items and carvings. Ken Newberry is from Logan Lake but has spent the past three winters in Osoyoos as a snowbird. He owns Ken’s Pens and was doing brisk business.  Organizer Bonnie Rhys said Better at Home made almost $900 from selling soup and a bun and coffee. The Osoyoos Seniors Centre made $375 selling baked goods, which will be donated to the Variety Club Telethon of Hope in February. (Keith Lacey photo)

Better at Home, formerly known as Community Action for Seniors’ Independence (CASI), held its Christmas craft sale Saturday at the Osoyoos Seniors Centre. A total of 18 vendors sold a range of items, including baked goods, jewelry, woodwork, knitted items and carvings. Ken Newberry is from Logan Lake but has spent the past three winters in Osoyoos as a snowbird. He owns Ken’s Pens and was doing brisk business. Organizer Bonnie Rhys said Better at Home made almost $900 from selling soup and a bun and coffee. The Osoyoos Seniors Centre made $375 selling baked goods, which will be donated to the Variety Club Telethon of Hope in February. (Keith Lacey photo)

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