Find unique treasures while helping make a difference in the lives of local women and girls this Saturday, Feb. 24!
Soroptimist International of the East Valley’s (SIEV) Arts & Crafts Fair will feature beautiful jewelry, pottery and other boutique vendors. All proceeds from the event, held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Pinal County Complex in Apache Junction, fund scholarships for women in the community. Last year, SIEV provided $5,500 in scholarships to help local women continue their education.
Limited vendor spaces are still available for $60 each; vendors are responsible for their own supplies and equipment. Applications are due Feb. 20; to apply, visit SIEastValley.com. For vendor or sponsorship questions, contact the Arts & Crafts Chair Rhonda Rome at 602-316-7971.
A special thank you to the sponsors of the Lost Dutchman Arts & Crafts Fair: VisionLynk, Judy Holder Insurance, Inc., Rebecca & Roddy Charlton, Jane & Denny Walter, Arizona Wholesale Flooring, LLC, DTL Electric, Dr. Abedi, Dana & Dan Osborne, Dorian Townsend, Apache Junction Police Chief Thomas Kelly, Arnold Auto Center, Superstition Golf Carts, Paul Insurance Agency, Tim Lodice Contracting, LLC, Rosati’s of Gold Canyon, Janine & Steve Daniels, Sandie Smith, Theryn Hansen & Debra Eckstein, Laura & Jerry Lytle, DirtWater Springs and Village Inn.
Soroptimist International is comprised of business and professional individuals striving to improve the lives of women and girls. SIEV, formerly Soroptimist International of Apache Junction, participates in local events and programs that help support the community, with a primary focus on providing access to education for women and girls. Are you interested in joining SIEV? Membership provides the opportunity to meet new people while making a difference in your community. For membership information and additional details about SIEV, visit SIEastValley.com or call 480-382-9087.
Follow SIEV on Facebook at Facebook.com/SIEastValley; program meetings are held on the second Thursday and business meetings are held the fourth Thursday of the month, both at 6 p.m.