Central United Methodist Church holds annual Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair

22 vendors set up in the pavilion selling holiday themed décor.
Holiday Market Fair

WEBB CITY, Mo.- The Central United Methodist Church held their annual ‘Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair’ today, Sunday October 24th, at the Webb City farmers’ market pavilion.

22 vendors set up in the pavilion selling holiday themed décor.

Vendors paid a fee to participate and those proceeds, plus donations, benefit the ‘Christmas Basket Program’, which helps local families in need.

The baskets include food, clothing, and toys. Each basket will have enough food to last more than two weeks.

Organizers say it is especially important this year because there are more families in need.

“They’re not making ends meet, and at Christmas time they really need some extra help, so this really benefits many people in the area and the children” said Mary Stockam, Coordinator of the Holiday Craft Fair.

This is the third year the church has put on the fair.