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Volunteers Needed for Trash to Treasure Sale

logoWhat: This May, volunteers can enjoy the experience of working with friends and fellow community members in Beaver Stadium, all while raising money for local non-profit organizations and helping the environment.

Individuals and groups are encouraged to sign up to help organize this year’s Trash to Treasure sale. Please visit their website or call 238-8283 ext. 28 if you are interested.

Beginning on Friday, May 8, many flexible shifts will be available. No previous experience is necessary and volunteers can receive a coupon that can be used to purchase items on sale day.

When: 7:30 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday May 30

Where: Beaver Stadium Gate C

Cost: Free after 9 am, $5 for early admission (Come early for the best selection!)

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