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We had lots of help with the eighth annual BHS Holiday Fair

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To The Daily Sun,

The eighth annual Holiday Fair at Belmont High School (BHS) was another great success for the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). Accordingly, we would like to thank all of the 100-plus crafters and vendors who participated in the fair, many of whom have been returning year after year to support our event.

We would also like to thank Mix 94.1, WLNH (98.3), and MetroCast for their support in our promotional efforts. We had almost 2,500 shoppers in attendance. There were several local businesses that also supported the fair, including The Works Bakery Cafe, Brookside Pizza, Sal's Pizza, Hannaford, Shaw's, Coca-Cola, Tilton Diner, Kitchen Cravings, Pirates Cove, The 99 Restaurant, Fox Country Smokehouse, Contigiani Catering, and Uno's.

The Holiday Fair means a lot to us as students. It provides many opportunities for us to apply our business skills and knowledge to a real project working with the community, which we enjoy very much. Proceeds from the fair help us to attend NH-FBLA conferences and competitions throughout the year.

Finally, and of equal importance to us, the fair allows us to support local charities that help other students and families in need during the holiday season.

There are many more people that we owe our thanks and appreciation to for the support we have received, so please know that we appreciate all that people have done for us. Congratulations to Kristin Smith, winner of the $50 drawing, and Eileen Story, winner of the free vendor spot for next fall's fair. Best wishes to everyone for a safe and happy holiday season, and we will hope to see you for our ninth year on Nov. 7, 2015.

The Future Business Leaders of America

Belmont High School Chapter

Colton Cadarette, President

Chayleigh Cadarette, Vice President