If you’re looking to do a little shopping and help out a great cause there’s a vendor show this weekend in Marshall County.
It benefits Appalachian Outreach which helps to collect and distribute items to those in need in the local area and across West Virginia.
There are 77 vendors signed up with everything from crafts, to direct sales, metal and wood work, plus more.
There will also be an area set up for kids.
Appalachian Outreach Board Member, Wayne Hardy said, “Come on down and join us and help us raise some funds so we continue to do the mission that Appalachian Outreach does.”
The third annual vendor show is this Saturday, April 21 at the Moundsville Center at the West Virginia Penitentiary.
It’s from 10 am to 3 pm and admission is free.
Hardy said last year was extremely successful and they encourage the public to come out and shop.