Rotary ready for White Elephant Sale
It’s that time dig deep into the garage or basement to support the Rotary Club’s annua l White Elephant Sale.
T e sale is this coming weekend and promises deals galore. Rotary President Doug Stanford says already the club has accumulated a treasure trove of items. One man’s junk is another man’s treasure.
“There is some really good stuff,” said Stanford, adding there h of year again, to is more than 15 bikes alone at the sale.
Members of the club have already been out picking up dona- tions, and Stanford says there are a couple instances where they are having the contents of entire homes donated.
“We have quite a good crew picking up, it is one of he best out- turning ford.
This week members of the club are available to pick up items for the sale. They are typically able to pickup between 4 p.m. a n d 8p .m . un t i l May 5. To arrange a pickup contact, Dave at 402-8239111 , Bob at 403-8234407 or Graham at 403-823-2856. Please note, the club is not able to accept mattresses, Hide- a-beds, cribs, car seats, older style televisions, computers and organs. I have seen,” said Stan-
The Rotary Club is already bus picking up items for its annual White Elephant Sale this Friday and Saturday at Greentree Mall.