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The American Legion Auxiliary in Lexington hosted their annual Christmas Bazaar last Saturday and served some delicious chili to the vendors and their shoppers. Pictured above are some of the ladies of the Auxiliary: Nina Seifert (standing), Julia Spitzenberger (seated left) and Sally Colonna. The American Legion Auxiliary in Lexington hosted their annual Christmas Bazaar last Saturday and served some delicious chili to the vendors and their shoppers. Pictured above are some of the ladies of the Auxiliary: Nina Seifert (standing), Julia Spitzenberger (seated left) and Sally Colonna.

Some other volunteers with the Auxiliary are seen here. They are (left to right) Coots Rhodes, Terry Smith and Judy Belyeu. Some other volunteers with the Auxiliary are seen here. They are (left to right) Coots Rhodes, Terry Smith and Judy Belyeu.

Former LHS graduates and current “Crafters”, Hillary Stifflemire and Lauren Richards, are seen in front of some of the clever and festive crafts they’ve been busy making, just in time for the Christmas season! Former LHS graduates and current “Crafters”, Hillary Stifflemire and Lauren Richards, are seen in front of some of the clever and festive crafts they’ve been busy making, just in time for the Christmas season!

Former Giddings resident and jeweler, Clarence Schulze, was back in Lexington for the Bazaar showing his assortment of wooden bowls and boxes. Former Giddings resident and jeweler, Clarence Schulze, was back in Lexington for the Bazaar showing his assortment of wooden bowls and boxes.

There were over a dozen vendors at the Bazaar, mostly featuring their one-of-a-kind homemade craft and decorator items, including floral arrangements, as seen above, and fresh jams and jellies, as seen in the picture at the right. There were over a dozen vendors at the Bazaar, mostly featuring their one-of-a-kind homemade craft and decorator items, including floral arrangements, as seen above, and fresh jams and jellies, as seen in the picture at the right.

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