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Strive to Thrive yard sale

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If you are looking for a bargain this weekend we have found the place. 

Strive 2 thrive is having their 1st Mega indoor yard sale

 It's being held in the Antique Warehouse Building at 2602 Dawson Road.  

Strive 2 Thrive interim director says the community has been generous with donations and there are many things to choose from at bargain prices.

Strive to Thrive helps families living in poverty with professional and personal development.  There is still time to clean out your closets for a good cause.  

Carolyn Wills says "We have had a number of people drop by today and donate more things and we had people say are you gonna have more things tomorrow and we said yes so we've taken donations today and we'll even take them tomorrow if anyone wants to drop them by here and we'll get em on the floor."

Strive to Thrive sale runs again Saturday June 7th from 8am to 5 pm.  

Strive to Thrive is also looking for volunteers to help and say it's the most rewarding work to see the difference made in peoples lives.

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