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Human-Services Sale Benefits Third-World Artisans

Colorful wares await Campus Center shoppers Unique and intricately handmade items Sale benefits Third World artisans Penn College Human Service students held their Ten Thousand Villages Fair on Thursday and Friday in the CC Lobby. All proceeds from the sale which includes jewelry, baskets and many other unique and handmade items went to the crafters of Ten Thousand Villages, a fair-trade organization working with underdeveloped countries. ( Photos by Phillip C. Warner, student writer-photographer)

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