Merchants holds bake sale for local charities


Pictured (L-R): Rachel Crevison, Leah Loyd, Dorra Campbell, Kelli Ellars, Barbara Duncan and Kevlynn Trent. Employees of Merchants National Bank hold a bake sale every year to benefit local charities. According to the ladies, they had quite a few community members stop by today to purchase items. Initially, they had two tables full of baked goods but by 1 p.m. they were down to one table. Typically, they make between $600 and $900.

Pictured (L-R): Rachel Crevison, Leah Loyd, Dorra Campbell, Kelli Ellars, Barbara Duncan and Kevlynn Trent. Employees of Merchants National Bank hold a bake sale every year to benefit local charities. According to the ladies, they had quite a few community members stop by today to purchase items. Initially, they had two tables full of baked goods but by 1 p.m. they were down to one table. Typically, they make between $600 and $900.


Pictured (L-R): Rachel Crevison, Leah Loyd, Dorra Campbell, Kelli Ellars, Barbara Duncan and Kevlynn Trent. Employees of Merchants National Bank hold a bake sale every year to benefit local charities. According to the ladies, they had quite a few community members stop by today to purchase items. Initially, they had two tables full of baked goods but by 1 p.m. they were down to one table. Typically, they make between $600 and $900.

Pictured (L-R): Rachel Crevison, Leah Loyd, Dorra Campbell, Kelli Ellars, Barbara Duncan and Kevlynn Trent. Employees of Merchants National Bank hold a bake sale every year to benefit local charities. According to the ladies, they had quite a few community members stop by today to purchase items. Initially, they had two tables full of baked goods but by 1 p.m. they were down to one table. Typically, they make between $600 and $900.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/04/web1_20190419_123059.jpgPictured (L-R): Rachel Crevison, Leah Loyd, Dorra Campbell, Kelli Ellars, Barbara Duncan and Kevlynn Trent. Employees of Merchants National Bank hold a bake sale every year to benefit local charities. According to the ladies, they had quite a few community members stop by today to purchase items. Initially, they had two tables full of baked goods but by 1 p.m. they were down to one table. Typically, they make between $600 and $900.