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www.wmfd.com - Donations are coming in slower than usual this year for Children's Cupboard Southside Outreach, so the agency decided to try something new and outreach founder Pamella Jones-Rembert says they decided to hold a One-Stop Shopping Bazaar over the weekend at the downtown Mansfield Holiday Inn. }}" />

   
 
 
One-Stop Shopping Bazaar Helps Those Less Fortunate

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  Original Published: 12/8/2013 Donations are coming in slower than usual this year for Children's Cupboard Southside Outreach, so the agency decided to try something new. Outreach founder Pamella Jones-Rembert says they decided to hold a One-Stop Shopping Bazaar over the weekend at the downtown Mansfield Holiday Inn. There was a host of vendors selling various wares at the bazaar. Along with the bazaar, two tables of silent auction items were set up along with face painting and several activities for children.
   
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