Vendor fair set for Dec. 5 at Earl Heck

Emily Crist

Emily Crist

ENGLEWOOD — Northmont Neighbors Helping Neighbors will be sponsoring its second annual vendor fair this Saturday, December 5 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Earl Heck Center.

Over 30 booths offering handmade and direct sales items will be featured. There will be Chinese raffles, a 50/50 raffle, and the first 50 people in the door will receive a delicious cupcake from Stone House Sweets LLC.

Santa will be landing at 9 a.m. and will stay until 3 p.m. For a suggested donation of $5, take all of the pictures you would like. Each child will leave with a special gift from Santa.

“There will also be a Sensitive Santa for those children who may need some extra time with Santa due to autism, ADHD, or sensory issues,” said Emily Crist, of Northmont Neighbors Helping Neighbors.

Please email Northmont Neighbors Helping Neighbors for more information or to make an appointment at [email protected]

All proceeds from this event benefit Northmont Neighbors Helping Neighbors, a not for profit 501c3 serving the Northmont Community. The organization is committed to helping those in need in the Northmont area with a pay it forward attitude.

Services offered include lawn care, snow removal and meals. Sunshine baskets can also be requested for someone who needs a little extra cheer, and special projects are completed as the needs arise. The organization does not provide monetary assistance, however it may be able to guide you to different resources that are available in those areas of need.

If you know of someone who needs assistance or would like to volunteer, Northmont Neighbors Helping Neighbors can be reached at (937) 345-6770 or [email protected]

Emily Crist Crist
Event to benefit Northmont Neighbors Helping Neighbors

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Reach Northmont Neighbors Helping Neighbors at (937) 345-6770 or email [email protected]