Pike Road Arts & Crafts Fair to honor memory of Dr. H.B. ‘Woody’ Bartlett

Yoshiko Yap

The 54th Pike Road Arts & Crafts Fair will be held on Nov. 6 in the memory of longtime supporter Dr. H.B. ‘Woody’ Bartlett. 

Bartlett passed away on June 13, 2021, Fair chair Rhonda Tatum said.  

“Without the help and inspiration of Dr. Bartlett over the past 54 plus years, there would be no history of the Pike Road Arts & Crafts Fair,” Tatum said. “Dr. Bartlett generously offered his insight, land, pastures and the Historic Marks House to the Fair every year. His huge support of this event remained steadfast. The volunteers of Pike Road Arts & Crafts Fair strive and will continue to strive each year to maintain the integrity and hard work Dr. Bartlett helped start the Fair on, which is the love of God, love of family, community, and country.”


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