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Chamisa Elementary School transforms into a one-stop shop and mini mall this weekend, for early birds to gear up for a bit of Mother’s Day shopping.
Scentsy Independent Consultant Tiffany Lovell is the mastermind behind the Mother’s Day Boutique, from 8 a.m.- 1p.m. Saturday.
The more than 30 vendors include representatives for everything from Tupperware and homemade jewelry to Mary Kay Cosmetics and hand-made crafts, available for purchase for any gift-giving occasion.
“I am thrilled with the response,” Lovell said. “We have people coming from Santa Fe and Espanola to participate. It is going to be a well represented event.”
Sixth-grade teacher Debbie Smith explains how what seemed like a small community event, has evolved into a community building experience.
“We can provide a convenient neighborhood venue for Mother’s Day shopping, support our local small businesses and crafters and raise money for a worthy cause,” she said. “The students, staff, parents and local small businesses work at the event together, further supporting our teaming philosophy and building a sense of community.”
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