International Gift Fair

At Mainland Regional High School on Sunday morning, Dec. 5, the fair trade certified Sixth Annual International Gift Fair was held, where jewelry, clothing, winter apparel, food, beverages, toiletries, and animal toys were available, among other items.

A student from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey looks at pet toys that were made in Nepal and constructed entirely of 100 percent New Zealand wool.

Looking-glass light catchers were for sale by "Frum Sum Dump- The Himese Twins," who sells art and jewelry, and the catchers' most common use is to be hung on windows. All of the materials were found already melted at a dump site and were then cleaned up and decorated.


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