‘Show-n-Sell’ market helps Hospitals for Children go the distance
RAPID CITY, S.D. – A local goods galore contributed to a good cause.
The Naja Shriner’s Moonshine Gulch Hillbilly Clan held their Third Annual Show-n-Sell holiday market at their Rapid City Shrine Club Saturday.
Forty-two local vendors put up handmade goods on display, ranging from wood crafts and holiday decorations to bath creams and soaps. Money raised from vendor booth fees will fund the Naja Shriners Hospitals for Children travel fund.
Organizers said the event has grown so much since its first year that they’ve reached the limit of vendors they can allow. Donald Stover, Raban for the Moonshine Gulch Hillbilly Clan, said that his organization takes pride in its relationship with each vendor.
“Each year has gotten better. Our vendors have been happy about coming back because of that,” Stover said. “We try to treat our vendors well; we help them load in and load out and do whatever we can to make their stay enjoyable and profitable.”
The Shriners also rewarded door prizes from each of the businesses to visitors throughout the event.
There was no cost for admission to the event.