What a success! The 39th Annual Holly-Day Magic Art and Craft Show ended in grand fashion, allowing us to make $8,000 in contributions to the youth of our community. The youth organizations benefiting this year are The Assurance Home, First Tee of Southeastern New Mexico, Christian Outreach Ministries, Royal Family Kids Camp, ENMSF youth programs, and Roswell’s high schools.
The committee members of the Holly-Day Magic Art and Craft show would like to express our sincere gratitude to all whose generosity contributed to the success of the show. A special thank you goes to the artisans, artists and crafters who exhibited at the show and for providing an excellent array of creations. A huge thank you to Trish Lair and Joe with Eastern New Mexico State Fair for their assistance with the show, Herbie Rodriquez with Roswell Security, Roswell Daily Record Vision Editor Christina Stock for publishing a great article on our event, Todd Verciglio with the Roswell Chamber of Commerce for his assistance in promoting this event, KBIM Radio, Majestic Communications, Pecos Valley Broadcasting for allowing us to hang out with them, and Roswell Daily Record and Artesia Daily Press advertising staff for their care with our advertisements.
And we thank the many organizations, businesses and individuals who so graciously supported our efforts in many ways, including: Nancy Kiesau, Enchanted Lands Storage, the property and business owners in Roswell and Artesia who allowed the placement of our signs, Jorge Gonzales, CenturyLink, Southwest Printers LLC, Hokey Pokey’s Grub Truck, Kik’s Thai Food, Pepsi, the volunteers who helped with the set-up and the running of the show, and the representatives from the First Tee Program and Assurance Home who assisted the vendors during set-up and take-down.
But most importantly, our vendors and the youth of our community appreciate the support of our local shoppers. From all of us at Holly-Day Magic, thank you and have a happy and safe holiday season!
Vera Carabajal, Debora Lucas,
Trina Padilla, Nancy Forrest