STUDENTS AND OTHERS MUST CHECK THIS OUT!!! GREAT BIG GIGANTIC YARDSALE

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STUDENTS AND OTHERS MUST CHECK THIS OUT!!! GREAT BIG GIGANTIC YARDSALE

Time: September 25, 2009 at 9am to September 28, 2009 at 7am
Location: aSHLAND, or
Street: ALICIA sT
Phone: 541-482-3049
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Hamsa
Latest Activity: Sep 25, 2009

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ATTENTION STUDENTS AND ALL NEWLY RE-LOCATED FOLKS COME AND FIND EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO SET UP HOUSEHOLD AND MORE!!!
PROCEEDS GO TO SUPPORT THE ASHLAND FOOD ANGELS PROJECT

What treasures will you find??? Very Nice South-Western Loveseat, Chair and Ottomen ($250 see ad under furniture for sale) Furniture, books, electronic equipment, office equipment, filing cabinets and file folders, bookshelves, plants, CD's,VHS tapes, household things like cups, glasses plates, candles and sheets and blankets, X-Mas decorations, lamps, baskets, FABRIC, ARTS and CRAFTS stuff, kids games and toys, clothes for kids, men and women as well as Halloween dress up stuff, really nice skis and boots, automotive and garden stuff and much much more! The Food Angel Project is a grassroots, all volunteer, Food Rescue organization that feeds hundreds of hungry folks in the Rogue Valley each week.

Thanks so much and hope to see you this weekend!

When: Friday from 9 until 3 pm

Saturday from 9 am until 3pm

Where: Walker Street, Ashland. Near Campus and Student Housing... just down from the Beanery



THE ASHLAND FOOD ANGELS is a fully volunteer grass roots food retrieval and redistribution network centered in Ashland and sending food out every day of the year to people in need in the local area. Collecting fruit, vegetables, bread, dairy and other foods from many local bakers, stores, farmers and restaurants, the Food Angels (about 60 volunteers) box and deliver the food to organizations such as the Ashland Senior Center, Head Start, the Northwest Seasonal Workers, Jackson County Fuel Committee, various school projects, the Emergency Food Bank and others.

There is no government support for our program and the summer yard sales are one way to raise the money to keep this excellent program going. Please come and find something you can't live without and lend your support to our efforts to make sure no one goes hungry in our valley!

Please come and find something to buy. Also tell your friends and family.

Thank you and see you at the sale.

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