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Published: 12/8/2013 - Updated: 11 months ago


Perrysburg Holiday Shopping Expo

The second annual Holiday Shopping Expo on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013, benefited the Perrysburg Christians United Food Pantry. At the event, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Holiday Inn French Quarters, shoppers browsed at 65 booths and tables from vendors and crafters. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTOS, START SLIDESHOW.

Tonya DiMasso stands behind lights and mirrors she made for sale in her booth. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Tonya DiMasso stands behind lights and mirrors she made for sale in her booth.
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Christmas and sports lights for sale during the annual Holiday Shopping Expo. The show has more than 60 crafters and vendors. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Christmas and sports lights for sale during the annual Holiday Shopping Expo. The show has more than 60 crafters and vendors.
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Crystal Cowan, left, of Oregon buys gifts from vendor Tee Truck. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Crystal Cowan, left, of Oregon buys gifts from vendor Tee Truck.
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Crystal Cowan of Oregon pretends to take a shower in a craft booth. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Crystal Cowan of Oregon pretends to take a shower in a craft booth.
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A Santa Claus ornament made out of vintage tins and containers for sale. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A Santa Claus ornament made out of vintage tins and containers for sale.
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Sharon Nowak, left, of Genoa and Claire Kille of Walbridge take a look at the soaps and bath salts for sale. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sharon Nowak, left, of Genoa and Claire Kille of Walbridge take a look at the soaps and bath salts for sale.
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Tonya DiMasso, right, stands behind lights and mirrors she made for sale in her booth. Fellow vendor Maureen Maag, left, stops by to chat. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Tonya DiMasso, right, stands behind lights and mirrors she made for sale in her booth. Fellow vendor Maureen Maag, left,...
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