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April 25, 2013

Town Yard Sale

ATKINSON - The Atkinson Women’s Civic Club (AWCC) is sponsoring the Atkinson Town Wide Yard Sale on Sat., May 18, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (rain or shine). Atkinson residents may register for this fundraiser event by simply completing the registration form available at the Atkinson Town Hall, Kimball Public Library, Atkinson Community Center, or on-line at www.AWCC-NH.org. Registration fee is $25.00 and must be postmarked by May 11, 2013. Late registrations will not be included on the map. Maps available on May 16th

AWCC will take care of all the publicity, maps and advertising. You can choose to hold a yard sale at your home or register for a space at the Atkinson Community Center. Space is limited to 4 participants.

The Atkinson Town Wide Yard Sale is a great way for you to participate, either as a buyer or a seller! This is a great opportunity to “Shop ‘till You Drop!” Tremendous bargains can be found on household goods, sports equipment, tools, books, games, toys, clothing, specialty items and more.

The AWCC is a non-profit civic organization dedicated to community service and charitable fundraising. For further information about AWCC or the Atkinson Town Wide Yard Sale please call Noriko at 603-362-4124.

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