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West Essex High School Key Club to Host Holiday Vendor Bazaar

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NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — Members of the West Essex High School (WEHS) Key Club are asking for the community’s support at its upcoming holiday vendor bazaar, with all proceeds benefitting the Community FoodBank of New Jersey. 

On Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., a variety of products from more than 40 local vendors will be available to purchase at WEHS (65 W. Greenbrook Road, North Caldwell). Items will also be available for raffle during the event.

"We hope local residents come to visit with these vendors and shop for their holiday gifts," said Amanda Fernicola, WEHS social studies teacher and advisor for the WEHS Key Club. "The Key Club is hoping to raise $2,000 and residents can help by visiting the event and purchasing from the snack stand at the event as well."

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Some craft tables and vendors will include: Stella & Dot, Linda’s Closet, KEEP Collective, Touchstone Crystal by Swarovski Jewelry, Beautycounter, Jojo’s Bags and Things, Younique Cosmetics and Skin Care, Mati Jewels and many more.

Admission to this event is free.  

For more information, contact Fernicola at afernico@westex.org or (973) 228-1200 ext. 5733. 

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