Fair shows another way of giving for the holidays

Three-year-old Erin Casey pets goats at the Alternative Christmas Fair at St.Joseph Parish Hall, Third and White Ave in Grand Junction Sunday morning. Her family was supporting a project to help students build hen houses and raise chicken for families in Boliva. 54 nonprofits took part in this years fair.



ALT CHRISTMAS FAIR 11-24

Three-year-old Erin Casey pets goats at the Alternative Christmas Fair at St.Joseph Parish Hall, Third and White Ave in Grand Junction Sunday morning. Her family was supporting a project to help students build hen houses and raise chicken for families in Boliva. 54 nonprofits took part in this years fair.

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