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Civic Center Craft Fair going on now
There's no fudging our love for Civic Center Craft Fair
Judy Zahn, left, and Jessia Roberts show the boxes of fudge available at their booth at the Civic Center.

You'll have to do the math to determine how much fudge Judy Zahn and Jessia Roberts made for their booth at the annual Civic Center Craft Fair.
"We made 120 pans with 54 pieces to a pan," said Zahn. "We started around the first of November. We only got through Wednesday by the grace of God."
The two are mainstays at the craft fair sponsored by Homeland Community Bank. Hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Among other door prizes, $250 is at stake.
The craft fair is filled with 154 vendors, even extending out to Rooms 1, 2, and 3 on the side hall.
"We put a booth everywhere we could put a booth," said Homeland representative Cindy Rogers.
If you have a craving for fudge, Zahn and Roberts have you covered. They say peanut butter and chocolate are the two best selling flavors.
If you enjoy crafts, Gayle Yates has a booth filled with Christmas items. She's sharing the booth with her mother, Catherine Barnes, who makes jewelry.
"I get some of the designs from magazines and some of them are my own original designs," said Barnes.
Ellie Michellie's is handling the catering and has a full-course holiday feast planned for Friday that includes turkey and dressing, green beans, mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce.
If you're in the market for superhero drawings, Standard graphic designer Seth Wright has a display with over 60 original pieces. His collection includes Barney Fife, Captain America, and Walking Dead characters.