JAHS class of 2025 hosts craft and vendor fair

Sidney Troesch, Staff Writer, Photography Editor, Editor


The class of 2025 hosted a craft and vendor fair at Jonathan Alder High School on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022. Jonathan Alder High School’s cafeteria and hallways were lined with vendors selling handcrafted jewelry, clothing items, woodwork, seasonal decor, pet accessories, kitchenware, and chocolates. Spanish students also contributed their own crafts for the fundraiser.

Attendees took part in a raffle, where they [the raffle customers] could win any crafts or items donated by participants. Schmidt’s Sausage Truck and the Rocky Mountain Coffee Co. provided food and drink for vendors and attendees.

Lindsay Dollinger, JAHS Spanish teacher, and advisor of the class of 2025 says, “All of our volunteers have worked hard on this. I am very excited to see what this brings for the school.”

The fair was a huge success, with over 1,500 shoppers and vendors in attendance. They raised a total amount of $2,080.75. Proceeds from the fair will support future prom and senior events.