Gallery: Looking for bargains

Members of the Salem area SassaBrass Quintent perform for the crowd at the Kiwanis Antique and Craft Show in Salem. Pictured from left are Gary Kekel on trumpet, Sherry Ayers on french horn, Mo Hofmeister on tuba, John Berthold on trombone and Mark Galpin on trumpet. Salem News photo by Mary Ann Greier)
Georgianne Spencer of Salem and Sherri Campbell of Damascus check out the collectibles at one of the many vendor stands under the trees at Centennial Park for the Kiwanis Antique and Craft Show. (Salem News photo by Mary Ann Greier)
Bill Andrews of Struthers admires the 1923 Model T Ford Coupe on display at the Kiwanis event by the Salem Historical Society. The vehicle was restored and donated in memory of former owner Earl Sprowl. (Salem News photo by Mary Ann Greier)
Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore, located on North Ellsworth Avenue in Salem, moved some of their treasures to Centennial Park for purchase during the one-day Kiwanis Antique and Craft Show. (Salem News photo by Mary Ann Greier)
Visitors browse the antique tables during the 54th annual Kiwanis Antique and Craft Show at Centennial Park. The threat of rain chased some vendors away Saturday, but the crowds showed up ready to shop, carrying away everything from jewelry and crafts to vintage postcards and toys. (Salem News photo by Mary Ann Greier)
Visitors browse the tables. (Salem News photo by Mary Ann Greier)

Marsha Vaughn of Salem, left, and Karen Hawn of Canfield shop for jewelry during the 54th annual Kiwanis Antique and Craft Show held Saturday at Centennial Park. The event is the club’s biggest fundraiser and helps support various service projects throughout the year besides funding scholarships, projects and activities for the Salem High School Key Club. (Salem News photo by Mary Ann Greier)

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