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Garage Sale at MDW's Place

Garage Sale is coming up next week - Sept 22 @9am to 1pm.



A group of friends gathering on Saturday to sell their Garage Sale Items.

I personally have been collecting all year round, especially during the summer. I have a couple of boxes of rubberstamps; one box of magazines and books for sale (prices will be slashed on last year's 2nd hand rubberstamps). There are regular garage sale items (i.e. videos, books; housewares; 4-in-one printer and more). There will be some free stuff to pickup.

Hope the weather holds out. If interested email me for my address at marissadw@gmail.com.
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