Fallon County fair booths

For the tenth year now, Sandy and Jim Ross of Terry will have a booth at the fair showcasing their magnetic jewelry.

 

Posted on August 9, 2013

By Lori Kesinger

For the tenth year now, Sandy and Jim Ross of Terry will have a booth at the fair showcasing their magnetic jewelry. The jewelry has natural magnetic properties which help alleviate all kinds of pain, including migraine, carpal tunnel, back, knee and arthritic pain. They will also be selling gold by the inch. Sandy and Jim always look forward to seeing area friends.

The Mid-Rivers Communications booth will be staff by local employees throughout the fair. They will have giveaways and door prizes throughout the weekend, and customers can receive discounts if they bundle services. Stop by the booth for details.

Rolling Rubber will have giveaways, periodic drawings for T-shirts, caps, and bags, and a grand prize drawing at the end of the fair, so be sure to stop at their outside booth to sign up. If you have tire-related questions, stop in and talk to one of the Rolling Rubber team members.

Whichway Quilting will be featuring handmade items including potholders, oven mitts, runners, aprons, pillowcases, wall hangings, quilts, and other items sewn with care by the quilt shop’s two proprietors, sisters Shari Singer and Gini Knipfer. In addition to their abundance of handmade items, they will also have massage pillows available. Their booth will be located in the southeast corner of the south commercial building.

Buy the Bead will be back with a wide selection of beads, semi-precious stones and pearls, along with tools and storage for beginners and professionals alike. In addition, there will be some finished pieces available for purchase. Brenda will also be able to take custom orders and ship the finished pieces directly to you. Buy the Bead also has a satellite store in Baker which is managed by Barb Lechler. Contact her after the fair if you have questions or need supplies.

Fairgoers can also visit “Designs by Dorthy” hosted by Dorthy Ley of Miles City. A regular vendor of the fair for several years, she will offer a full array of items including zippered bling shirts with matching T-shirts, popcorn shirts, long sleeve T-shirts, hoodies, rhinestone jackets and vests, and all styles of jewelry including western designs. Dorthy encourages everyone to come and enjoy the fair and support the vendors.

New this year to the fair booths is the Montana Beauty College. They will be offering cosmetology and manicuring courses. They plan to offer acrylic nails, manicures, pedicures, hair extensions, feathers, an assortment of retail items, and discounts on all merchandise and wholesale products as well.

      



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