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Still scrambling to holiday shop? For those who were looking on Dec. 2, the Annual Arts and Crafts Fair lent a little help.
The event at Goodson Recreation Center in Centennial, put on by the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District, brought more than 70 vendors featuring pottery, jewelry, clothing, quilts, photography, painting and more from Colorado craftmakers and artists, according to the district.
Three Girl Scouts were at the fair to raise money for a new prosthetic leg for a dog injured in dog-fighting.
“These dogs are the first to get put down, not adopted,” said Justin Finesilver, one of the owners of The 3D Printing Store, which has a local location just south of Centennial at the Centennial Airport.
The proceeds the girls raised went to Pawsthetics, a nonprofit effort of Finesilver's business. The printing store has made prosthetics for more than 20 animals in the United States and other countries.
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