The Ladies' Auxiliary of the William Paca Club to Host Craft Fundraiser; Crafters and Bakers Join Together to Raise Funds for New Providence Family, November 7th

The Ladies' Auxiliary of The William Paca Club in New Providence welcomes local residents to their annual Craft Fair and Bake Sale on Saturday, November 7th. Proceeds from this year's event, held at The Paca Club on One Paca Way (off Livingston Ave) in New Providence, will help alleviate high medical expenses for a chosen New Providence family.

Renee Pennisi, President of the Ladies' Auxiliary stated, "We are extremely excited about this year's Craft Fair. Our doors open at 9am, and the Crafters stay until 4pm. We hope for a great turnout with lots of people who plan to bring home a beautiful craft item, and a delicious baked good to enjoy with their family and friends."

Craft types this year include knit & crocheted items, woodworks, quilts, children's clothing, t-shirts, scarves, table runners, birdhouses, jewelry, candles & oils, candies and more.

The November 7th Craft Fair and Bake Sale is the Ladies' Auxiliary's largest annual fundraiser. Crafters rent tables to display their creative products, and members of the Club bake delicious take-home items, such as biscotti, crumb cakes, pound cakes and brownies.

"Our members are terrific cooks and bakers," said Grace Parlapiano, Finance Officer and head of planning for the Craft Fair, "and the Craft Fair is an excellent opportunity to find a unique gift, just in time for the holidays!"

About The William Paca Club:

The William Paca Club was originally formed during the Great Depression by a group of residents of New Providence. This social and civic club is a non-profit organization. The members of The William Paca Club support the community through various memberships, volunteering, donations, and even an annual scholarship for a New Providence High School student. For more information and directions, please visit www.williampacaclub.com

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