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Fort Hood Officers’ Spouses’ Club 32nd Holiday Bazaar successful

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November 15, 2013 | Living
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Along with jewelry, home decor, clothing and other gifts, many vendors were selling their homemade treats at the 32nd annual Fort Hood Officers’ Spouses’ Club Holiday Bazaar, held Saturday and Sunday at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center. Most of the food being sold at the event was appropriate for the Christmas season, but some vendors were selling year-round treats alongside their holiday specialties.
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Jewelry, home decor and clothing were popular items being sold at the 32nd annual Fort Hood Officers’ Spouses’ Club Holiday Bazaar, held Saturday and Sunday at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center. Thousands of shoppers from Fort Hood and the surrounding communities filtered in throughout the weekend to check out the bazaar over the two-day period. One-of-a-kind gifts were avaiable from wall to wall at the bazaar, including holiday treats like nuts, jams and jellies.
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More than 100 vendors showed up to the 32nd annual Fort Hood Officers’ Spouses’ Club Holiday Bazaar to offer a one-stop-shop for shoppers to check out what these Fort Hood spouses have to offer. One-of-a-kind gifts and treats were available for purchase Saturday and Sunday at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center during the two-day event. (Photos by Erin Rogers, Sentinel Leisure Editor)
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Many vendors at the 32nd annual Fort Hood Officers’ Spouses’ Club Holiday Bazaar were selling their handmade pottery – much of it Fort Hood- or Texas-themed.
The Fort Hood Officers’ Spouses’ Club hosted their 32nd annual holiday bazaar at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center Saturday and Sunday.

More than 100 vendors showed up to offer Fort Hood and the surrounding communities access to their individualized items for sale – from arts and crafts vendors to homemade holiday sweets, the bazaar had it all.

Food trucks and door prizes were also available at the bazaar, providing the vendors and shoppers a meal so they wouldn’t have to leave during the day-long event, both days.

Santa Claus himself also showed up to the bazaar on Saturday, to take wish lists from children and professional photos for interested Families.

This year, most of the vendors accepted credit cars at the event, making it much more convenient for shoppers and vendors, with the easy access to pay.

Many shoppers were out finding one-of-a-kind gifts for their loved ones this holiday season, which many of the vendors were encouraging.

Vendors selling all kinds of jewelry, treats, clothing, home decor, candles, pottery, lawn decor, jams and jellies, gadgets and other special items turned out to the bazaar – something for everyone, every age could be found.

Baked goods were also provided at the event, thanks to the Fort Hood Area Enlisted Spouses Club.

At the end of the weekend, thousands of people around the community had shown up to check out and shop at this year’s holiday bazaar.

One thing the OSC was excited about at this year’s event was an opportunity they provided for the first 150 ticketed shoppers to have a chance to win a door prize and another opportunity to win a handmade Christmas quilt.

Planning for next year’s 33rd annual holiday bazaar begins soon, and the OSC hopes to have even more chances for shoppers to win prizes while they search for the perfect gift – whether for themselves or a loved one.
 
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