Vendors needed for Canyon Crest Academy’s annual Swap Meet

Canyon Crest Academy’s annual Swap Meet is looking for local vendors! Utilize this chance to fundraise on a personal or communal level on Saturday, Jan. 14. The cost for a booth is $20. To register or purchase a booth, please go to ccaasb.com and pick up a form.

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