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Among the items for sale by Leslie Spells of Ani's Bows are tutus.
Craftspeople and vendors gathered for an Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, Feb. 11, in MVC’s R. Wilson Brown Room. Crossy Woodworking, Ani’s Bows, Jamberry Nails, Dressing Up Jewelry, and other businesses or individuals showed their crafts and merchandise.

 

Dustin Cross at Crossy Woodworking in Marshall produces custom frames and picnic tables. His number is 660-886-9633. Teresa Woody of Dressing Up Jewelry sells jewelry items for $10. Her daughter, Brittney, is an MVC Biology major.

Clairessa Renken of Sweet Springs is an independent consultant for Jamberry Nails. Mona Emrich of Mendon displayed wickless candles from Scentsy. 

Helping his cousin Dustin Cross of Crossy Woodworking were Brian Jones and Brian's fiancee Lindsay Hubbard.

Jennifer Land, a Nursing major, was helping with her father’s candlemaking business of Miami, Mo.  

The table of merchandise from Leslie Spells of Ani’s Bows in Waverly displayed crafted bows, tutus, and Tastefully Simple spices and dip mixes. Alli Lindemann of MVC Student Affairs offered hand-crafted cards and stationery items.  

 
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David L. Roberts is an assistant professor of Mass Communication and adviser for the Delta projects. Born in Wyoming where he once started and produced a weekly newspaper, he has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona and a master’s degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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