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From left, JoEllyn Cronin and Don Savoie, both of Adirondack Wood Floors of Perth discuss options for refinishing wood flooring with George Thompson and Deb Szumowski, both of Gloversville, at the ninth annual home show and craft fair Saturday at Broadalbin-Perth High School. The event, which raises money to develop the Broadalbin town park, will continue today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (The Leader-Herald/Eric Retzlaff)



BROADALBIN — A lot of people came to the ninth annual Fulton-Montgomery County Home Show and Craft Fair Saturday not knowing what they were looking for.

“We like to look at different ideas for the home,” said Chuck Rose.

“We came before and ended up redoing our kitchen,” said Rose, who, with his wife, Shari, are Bleecker residents.

“We come every year,” said Lois Tylutki of Schoharie. “Last year we found Pine Lake Stoves because they were here.”

They found the wood pellets easier to handle than chopping and toting wood.

JT Artikuski watches his brother Landon keep the feel of a rototiller displayed by B&B Equipment Co. of Gloversville at the ninth annual home show and craft fair Saturday at Broadalbin-Perth High School. The event, which raises money to develop the Broadalbin town park, will continue today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (The Leader-Herald/Eric Retzlaff)

The home show, a fundraiser to develop the town park, will continue from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at Broadalbin-Perth High School–both for those with specific ideas and those in search of an idea.

As of 2 p.m. Saturday, some 800 visitors had come through the door to look over more than 95 vendors, according to Keith Buchanan, coordinator of the event. Last year’s home show reportedly garnered $20,000 for park development.

Buchanan said sometimes sales occur on the spot while some people may take a contractor’s card but “may not buy until two years down the line.”

Besides what the home show takes in this year, the Lions Club has donated $20,000, he said.

Even Broadalbin-Perth fifth-graders were offering their baked and candy treats for $1 each this year. The members of the Entrepreneur Kids Club — an idea of fourth-grade teacher Diane Megliocca — were gaining business experience at an early age. They hope their booth, called the Peguin Shop, will raise enough money for them to invest in a slushy machine, which, in turn, will make more money. They were selling chocolated pretzels, snack packs, and Oreo-like cookies.

Broadalbin-Perth fifith-graders in the Entrepreneur Kids club, from left, back row, Kyle Dunlap and Marcy Hotaling, and, front row, Nicholas Georgelos and Kennedy and Lorelei Tucci, sell treats Saturday at Broadalbin-Perth High School. The event, which raises money to develop the Broadalbin town park, will continue today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (The Leader-Herald/Eric Retzlaff)

“It’s just fun making all of it, packaging and selling it,” said Kennedy Tucci. “It’s teaching us business and how to handle money.”

Working with her were her twin, Lorelei, and Kyle Dunlap, Marcy Hotaling and Nicholas Georgelos.

Sara Young of Amsterdam brought her son, Landon, in a carriage to the show “just to browse and just to get out of the house.” She got involved talking to Lisa Washburn, a doTerra seller of essential oils, who was carrying granddaughter Gwendolyn Rush on one arm.

Washburn made brownies for the occasion and said, “Everybody asked for the recipe.”

Larry Dufel and his wife, Judy, from Perth, came out “to see what’s new” and, for a while, chatted about a New Holland mower-front loader with Nelson Tyler of H&M Equipment Co. of Amsterdam.

Nelson Tyler of H&M Equipment Co. of Amsterdam talks about a New Holland frontloader to Larry and Judy Dufel of Perth at the ninth annual home show and craft fair Saturday at Broadalbin-Perth High School. The event, which raises money to develop the Broadalbin town park, will continue today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (The Leader-Herald/Eric Retzlaff)

George Thompson and Deb Szumowski, both of Gloversville, were specfically interested in refinishing an old hardwood floor. JoEllyn Cronin and Don Savoie, both of Adirondack Wood Floor of Amsterdam, talked about options.

Young people kept themselves busy. Landon Artikuski of B&B Equipment Co. enjoyed getting a feel for a rototiller. Meanwhile, Alexys and Gabriel Garbo, both of Broadalbin, basked in the glow of an outdoor gas-fed fire table by Adirondack Hearth and Home of Amsterdam. And at another booth, girls were looking over an array of flowered headbands.

Source : http://www.leaderherald.com/news/local-news/2018/04/home-and-garden-dreams-come-true/

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