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Wooster's Nick Amster Workshop holds Craft Show

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  Original Published: 4/5/2014

The Nick Amster Workshop in Wooster had their first ever craft show. Proceeds from the craft show go to benefit clients of the Workshop by giving them more funding to go on trips.

"My goal was to hit $5,000 today," said Stephanie Ramsey, the workshop's secretary. "But some other events are going on around the area, so we might not see as many people as we'd like. I'm hoping we at least hit a minimum of $3,000."

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