Purchase unique Kenyan-made items and Chez Shaye Upcycling for a great cause
Visit 170 Rauber Street this Saturday and Sunday
This weekend, between grocery shopping and craft shows, consider making a special stop to purchase some gifts with meaning. Shaye Reagan of Chez Shaye Upcycling is opening her home for you on Saturday and Sunday (11th and 12th) from 9am to 5pm to shop the most unique gifts around. There are countless Kenyan-made items such as mango wood and soapstone kitchen items, woven kikoys (scarves and wraps) and clutches, woven coasters, unique small stuffed animals and many different types of jewelry. Each of these items was purchased directly from the Kenyan artist at an open-air market and are here in Wellsville for you to buy! But the benefit doesn’t just stop with the artist; ONE HUNDRED PERCENT of every sale will go back to support the work of Rehema Home in Kenya.
For anyone who remembers the work of Chez Shaye Upcycling, many of her upcycled letter books, clocks and photo frames will all be for sale. Please stop by, check out the items and consider getting something unique and meaningful for someone on your Christmas list.
You can find Shaye at 170 Rauber Street in Wellsville. To learn more about the work of Rehema Home, please visit RehemaHome.org or talk with Shaye about their work! And remember – 100% of your money will give a gift to your family and a gift to children across the ocean.
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