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Global Artisans’ Work Available for Purchase at Popular Annual Sale


Woven baskets beautifully beckon shoppers.
Woven baskets beautifully beckon shoppers.
A delicate angel, standing watch
A delicate angel, standing watch
Human services students staff sale in CC lobby.
Human services students staff sale in CC lobby.
The Nativity, fashioned by hand
The Nativity, fashioned by hand
A little birdie, as intricate as it is vibrant
A little birdie, as intricate as it is vibrant

A fair-trade sale of colorfully handmade items, organized each year by students in a human services course at Penn College, is being held in the Bush Campus Center through Friday. The Ten Thousand Villages Festival sale features sustainable jewelry, holiday ornaments, baskets and many other items crafted by the world’s working poor. Sale hours are 1-7 p.m. Wednesday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday.

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