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Posted by Anne McCullough on November 6, 2012 | Leave a Comment

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2847 cherokee
st. louis

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Date/Time: Saturday, December 8, 2012 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Venue: (blank) space – 2847 Cherokee St, St Louis, MO 63118

Peter and Paul Community Services (PPCS) is excited to be a part of the holiday shopping craze with their first-ever Holiday Market.  The newly developed Junior Board of PPCS is hosting the event and is expecting 10 to 20 vendors to display their work at the (blank) space at 2847 Cherokee Street, St. Louis, MO 63118. Vendors include local artists and entrepreneurs featuring handmade items, health and wellness gifts, delectable treats, and other interesting finds.


Shoppers can expect a diverse array of vendors and businesses at the market to find gifts for everyone on their list. Additionally, shoppers can enjoy complimentary food from local establishments and beverages will be available for a small charge. Raffle tickets for several raffle baskets, featuring items donated from market vendors will be available for purchase.


All proceeds from market will be used to support Peter & Paul Community Services’ transitional housing programs, its meals program and emergency shelter.


About Peter & Paul Community Services:

For 30 years Peter & Paul Community Services has been a leader in St. Louis providing housing and supportive services to the most difficult to help homeless population in St. Louis experiencing mental illness and HIV. Three transitional housing programs, an emergency shelter and meals program reach over a 1,500 men, women, children, seniors and veterans each year. PPCS offers shelter, food, psychiatric care, job skills training, help for chemical addictions, and a welcoming community for those who are lonely. Over 1,300 volunteers donate 8,000 hours of service each year. More on the web at   For more information/questions, contact





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