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November 17, 2006

Valdosta - Most holiday shopping is done the day after Thanksgiving but the Valdosta Junior Service League is giving shoppers an early start.

They are preparing for the 33rd Annual Arts and Craft Show held at the James H Rainwater Conference Center.

About 100 vendors from all over the country are bringing their goods and services to Valdosta to help give shoppers a jump start on the holidays.

Show casing jewelry, cakes, clothing, and gift certificates, the show guarantees to have something for everyone.  "It's a great way to get the majority of your Christmas shopping done. You can find anything for any age here from clothes and a soft blanket for an infant to puzzles for an older age child to something for your father and grandfather," says the show's co-chair, Stacey Evans.

The festivities will begin Saturday at 8:00 AM at until 4:00 PM Sunday.  Tickets are seven dollars.

 

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