Prince Frederick, MD – St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Prince Frederick continued a tradition that started 62 years ago Saturday, Nov. 22. The church held its annual Holiday Bazaar and Dinner at its hall located on Church Street.

The event is St. Paul’s biggest fundraiser of the year and is held on the Saturday prior to Thanksgiving.

Plenty of items, new and used, crafts and seasonal decorations were on sale. The church holds a bake sale.

Santa Claus was also in the house to patiently listen to the children’s Christmas wish-lists.

St. Paul’s impressive pipe organ, located in the chapel was on display. St. Paul’s Music Director Susan Yoe rendered classical devotional music on the organ, which was obtained by the church through an intense fundraising campaign. She also gave audience members an opportunity to view the instrument’s working components.

One of the biggest draws for the event is the sumptuous and savory crab cake and baked ham dinner with a great array of side dishes and dessert.

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