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					White Elephant Sale for Youth Hall Fund

Cleaning out your basement or attic and have lots of good things you don’t want to throw out, then donate them to us and get a tax deduction and a warm feeling inside that you helped raise money for the new Youth Hall. The Sale will take place on Saturday, April 18th from 8am–12pm in the Hicks Gym. Everyone is welcome to come and buy a bargain! We will also have some food and entertainment
All Donations should be useable items, not junk.
Donations are tax deductible. For large items in good shape we can make arrangements to pick up. Otherwise donations will be accepted at the Recreation Office during regular hours and on the weekends by appointment. We will start accepting donations in August. For a list of items we won’t accept see the list below: Call the Recreation Department at 871-3610 for more information

Things We Don’t Accept for the White Elephant Sale
Appliances – re: refrigerators, washers, dryers, stoves or microwaves. Electronics - computers, computer monitors, printers These Furniture Items – re: mattresses, box springs, metal bed frames or springs, futons, metal office furniture, file cabinets, carpeting, furniture that is broken, stained or needs upholstering or with missing parts. Couches and Hide a beds over 6ft long. Kitchen stuff – coffee mugs, used water bottles Books – we only accept children’ books These Household Items – re: valances, electric blankets, propane tanks, grills, toilets, paint, plumbing fixtures, bathtubs (except clawfoot), glass windows or doors, automobile tires (except new in pairs), cleaning fluids, flammable liquids, or automobile batteries. Sports/Exercise Stuff – firearms of any type, ammunition, heavy exercise equipment without instructions, old aluminum bike racks, or outboard motors. Nordic track, or stationary bikes (except tunturi, schwinn or new) Children’s Stuff – breast pumps, car seats, dirty strollers or high chairs, broken furniture, cribs with rungs spaced wide enough to get a tennis ball through.


				
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