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Fall market back after two years

Eager market shoppers get into autumn mood with Sturgis Kin Club
Market Kin Club
Some of the Sturgis Kin Club who helped out in the kitchen and at the fall market held in Sturgis on September 25, from, left, were: Katherine Walker, Lecia Chalupiak, Jeff and Laura Davis, Daniel Wasylenchuk, Ashten Langille and Meghan Morton.

STURGIS - The Sturgis Kin Club welcomed back vendors and shoppers to its annual fall market that had been temporary cancelled for the previous year due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The market held on September 25 at the Sturgis Community Hall attracted 12 vendors with a variety of different products and baking. Those in attendance were: Katherine Townsend with signs, Abby Holmberg with Norwax, Lisa Serdachny with Silver Icing clothing, Elsie Jensen with Tupperware, Janet Roelens with Scentsy, Joanne Craig with jewellery, Katherine Penner had baking, Carly Bosomworth in her capacity as massage therapist, Morgan Seghers with 4 Little Monkeys children wear, Violet Gibb with hand knitted and crocheted items, Cari Graham with some of her items displayed in her store Cari’s Comforts, and Karen Graff displayed a variety of items.

The Sturgis Kin Club also featured a table with numerous items and a soup and sandwich fundraiser.