On Point! Rachel Candlish, 3, pauses during her trek around the labyrinth to stand on her tippy-toes during the Stettler United Church Spring Fair Saturday. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

Spring fair draws crowds

United Church holds annual event

Lisa Joy

News Staff

United Church holds annual event

 

Holly McKenzie, 6, gets a glitter tattoo from Emma Weboweski during the United Church Spring Fair Saturday. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

Jessica Strome at the United Church Spring Fair May 5. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

Laura Norman and Charlotte Chase sell tickets for food during the United Church Spring Fair May 5. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

A group enjoys socializing and the food during the United Church Spring Fair May 4. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

Andrea Smith is one of the vendors at the United Church’s Spring Fair May 5. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

A group enjoys socializing and the food during the United Church Spring Fair May 4. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

David and Trisha Stadelman, along with their children Jakob, 3, and James, 11 months, set up a booth to sell their Amway products during the United Church Spring Fair May 5. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

Dave Denholm sells his wood work and his wife, Patricia’s, pottery, during the United Church Spring Fair Saturday. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

Shelley Coleman, a consultant for thirty-one, from Erskine participates in Stettler United Church Annual Spring Fair May 5. (Lisa Joy/Black Press)

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