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November 28, 2013

Holiday Open House

EPPING — Diddies & Doodads will be collecting food and toiletry donations for the NH Food Bank at their annual Holiday Open House which is November 29 - December 1. Since the NH Food Bank has such a great need this year they have extended the collection date through Sat., December 7.

Also, at the same time, November 30 has been designated Shop Small Business Saturday and Diddies & Doodads is sponsoring a Treasure M.I.N.E. (made in New England) event in which you pick up your treasure map from any of the thirteen participating local businesses. Visit each location, in any order, always collect your stamp for your treasure map at the register, once all your squares are stamped, fill in the required information and leave it in the M.I.N.E mailbox provided.

You will now be eligible for the drawing! First place valued at $800.00, Second place valued at $250.00, and third place of $100.00.

For more information, call Diddies & Doodads 603-734-2457, or go to facebook.com/diddiesanddoodads.

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