The community had a chance to buy an assortment of goods at the Henderson Arts and Crafts Fair at the Church Ave. Farmer’s Pavilion on Oct. 17. The event was hosted by the Bramblett Group, Henderson Farmers Market and UT Extension Office of Chester County. One had opportunities to buy food such as cookies, meat products or hot drinks or they could purchase crafts from holiday decorations to Tennessee Volunteers crafts to even geeky gifts and more. Natalie Cravens, third grade teacher at West Chester Elementary, sold items she makes in her free time. “I enjoy doing this because it is fun, I love being able to be creative, doing new things and coming up with new ideas,” she said. She said that she loves it even more since some of the crafts she makes brings happiness to others. Pictured is Lonnie Bullock, Natalie Cravens and Sandy Cravens at the Henderson Arts and Crafts Fair.
May 21, 2022