EOFBC crafters and cooks in back: Christina Conde, Deborah Dyer, Fred VanMourik, Frank Blauvelt. Front: Callie Zillinsky, Elaine Doble-Verrill, Ann Johnstone. Missing are Vickie Rogers, Maryanne Hill, Nancy Lichenstein, and Janet Groark

OTISFIELD — The East Otisfield Free Baptist Church (EOFBC) Christmas Fair is a popular tradition in Otisfield, and this year proceeds will go toward the Food Pantry. Handmade shawls, aprons, owls, rice bags, jewelry, paper crafts, wreaths and swags, cards, and a Christmas Tree skirt are among the goods for sale at reasonable prices. Some of the best cooks around will offer not only breads, pies, bars, baked beans, and chowder to go, but also our famous cookie walk. Students from Western Maine Regional Program will also have a table of handmade items to raise funds for their program.

So, if you would like to do some shopping and support a good cause at the same time, come to the East Otisfield Free Baptist Church at 231 Rayville Road between 9 and 2 on Saturday, December 2.

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