Artisans help preserve Reinholds chapel

By on July 25, 2012

The Reinholds Station Trinity Chapel Craft Fair will be held with free admission to the public on Aug. 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring crafts, food, baked goods and a craft raffle. The proceeds will benefit chapel preservation efforts. Selling their wares will be (left to right) Helen Reinhold Gordon, artist; Lisa Paradis, handpainter of sea glass; Richard Reinhold, maker of wood toy wagons and sleighs; Walter Gottshall, wood carver and painter; Gail Burkholder, hooked rugs maker; John Showalter, artist; and Pat Lausch, reverse artist. Not pictured are: Ned Foltz, redware artist; Barbara Strawser, folk artist; Howard Kramer, woodworker; Jeff Fiant, Windsor chairmaker; Doug Shaw, woodcarver; Ellen Pyle, weaver; Richard Getz, chaircaner; Sandra Heisey, basketmaker; and Carol Carpenter, beeswax artistan. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)

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