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Guelph Legion branch holding sale of goods June 25

GUELPH - GUELPH - THE Colonel John McCrae Memorial Branch 234 at 57 Watson Parkway South here (behind the old Legion on York Road), will be holding a sale of surplus items this Saturday.

The sale will consist of many items and treasurers that came from the old building. The Legion has determined it just does not have room for all of the items in the new building.

The sale will start at 8am

There are many useful items in good condition  such as dishes, glass ware, table tops, dishwasher racks, kitchen items, and a host of  other goods.

Barbecue food will also be available.

The sale is cash and carry, and the branch asks that buyers bring their own bags and boxes.



June 24, 2011


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