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American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Rummage Sale

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Event# 316-283-0479 Karen

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American Legion Ladies Auxiliary "Annual Rummage Sale", Thousands of items, vintage Collectibles, Household items, Kitchen, Bath, Lamps of Various sizes, Small appliances, coffee makers, radios, recorders, a readers delight hundreds of books, linens, plush toys, clothing, pictures and paintings, furniture, holiday items, and much more. Come enjoy your day. Coffee donuts in the morning, hotdogs for lunch. Proceeds go to active service Veterans for items they need, for our Christmas Shop at the VA Hospital to buy gifts and pay postage for veterans families also local charities. All items donated have come from the Newton Community and we greatly appreciate that.

American Legion Hall (Inside) Rain or shine

HUGE ONE DAY SALE 8 AM. TO 5PM COME FIND BARGAINS FOR YOURSELF AND SUPPORT YOUR YOUR VETERANS.

American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Rummage Sale

Address : American Legion Hall, 400 S. Spencer Street Newton Kansas Newton KS
Phone : 316-283-0479 Karen    (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : kdkidznmore@aol.com

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