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Annual Auction Boosts Mennonite’s Relief Efforts

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Posted: October 5, 2013

Jim Glanzer gives his 18-month-old grandson, Elijah, an aerial view of handmade furniture Friday during the 47th annual Mennonite Relief Sale at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds. Glanzer was with his wife, Sherrill, (left) and daughter-in-law, Erin Brown Glanzer, who was visiting with Elijah from Chicago. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Homemade cheese from Grandma’s Pantry in the Shenandoah Heritage Market waits for shoppers attending the annual Mennonite Relief Sale at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds on Friday.
Joy Yvonne Martin (left) and Yvonne Joy Martin examine quilts before bidding began Friday at the 47th annual Mennonite Relief Sale. They helped set up quilts donated by Weavers Mennonite Church.
HARRISONBURG — For more than 20 years, Orrville, Ohio, resident Richard Hoarst has driven the 800-mile round trip to the Valley to meet up with old friends while helping raise money for the...

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