BHCS holds annual holiday fair
Forty-five tables covered with holiday gifts and crafts fill the Blue Hill Consolidated School for its annual craft fair on November 23. Sponsored by the Parent-Teacher-Friends Association, the fair typically raises $800-1,000 for the school through vendor fees. “It’s been busy,” said Linsley Simmons, PTF founder and fair organizer.
Karen Larkin and BHCS students serve food at the holiday craft fair
From left, Karen Larkin and fifth graders Fiona Larkin and Schyler Dorr serve chili dogs, sandwiches, cupcakes and more at the lunch table—all with a smile—at the Blue Hill Consolidated School holiday craft fair on November 23.
Island Soaps owner Gisele Bridges at the BHCS holiday craft fair
Gisele Bridges of Sedgwick, the new owner of Island Soaps, offers gift sets, stocking stuffers and traditional bars of crafted soaps at the Blue Hill Consolidated School holiday craft fair on November 23.
First grader Erin Dooley at BHCS’ holiday craft fair
BHCS first-grader Erin Dooley finds her pleasure at the BHCS holiday craft fair.
BHCS 8th graders Tillie Marsh and Nellie Haldane at the holiday craft fair
From left, Tillie Marsh and Nellie Haldane, eighth graders at Blue Hill Consolidated School, offer decorative jar openers at the holiday craft fair on November 23. Crafted by Haldane, proceeds will help fund the class trip this spring.