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Changes Are A Comin'

The St. Andrew's Mountain Community Center Project (SAMCCP) has granted the vendors permission to form a committee to create a market at the Mountain Community Center (MCC). The market will be open at the MCC on Sundays between 11-2. SAMCCP has set the booth fee to just $5 for the summer. So if you are a crafter and would like to sell, just show up before 11 and pick your spot.

As we get more organized I' ll post more information. We are hoping to grow this into something GREAT!

The MCC is located on the Blue Ridge Mountains just outside Charles Town, WV. The street location is at the corner of Rt. 9 and Mission Rd.

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