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Polar Sweet Express rolls through town

February 12, 2013

Photos by Amy Cherry - The Polar Sweet Express, a fun shopping event held at The Edgewood in St. Marys on Saturday to benefit Citizens Against Physical, Sexual and Emotional Abuse (CAPSEA) shelter, was packed from open to close as patrons sampled chocolate-dipped goodies, purchased a variety of items from area craftspeople and businesses, and bid on items in the silent auction.
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Amy Cherry

The Polar Sweet Express, a fun shopping event held at The Edgewood in St. Marys on Saturday to benefit Citizens Against Physical, Sexual and Emotional Abuse (CAPSEA) shelter, was packed from open to close as patrons sampled chocolate-dipped goodies, purchased a variety of items from area craftspeople and businesses, and bid on items in the silent auction. Shown above are Polar Sweet Express volunteers Mary Kay Wendel, Crystal Billie of CAPSEA and Paula Weyant, event coordinator, gather entries for the event's silent auction which took place Saturday at the Edgewood in St. Marys. Shown below, a steady crowd perused the numerous vendors.

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