Donate to our Huge Rummage Sale, proceeds will be used to revitalize our historic Grange Hall

To the Editor:

Bethlehem Grange 137 is asking for support from the community, by your donations. This is your chance to downsize and donate to a worthy cause. We are among the oldest granges, at 144 years old, in the nation. This year, National Grange is celebrating 150 years.

All proceeds of our Huge Rummage Sale — on Friday, June 1, and Saturday, June 2, and Friday, June 8, and Saturday, June 9, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., all days — will be going towards the continued revitalization of this historic building, which is on the National Historic Register of Historic Places.

Bethlehem Grange 137 is located at 24 Bridge St. (Route 396W, one-tenth of a mile from Route 9W) in Selkirk.

The Bethlehem Grange 137 is seeking the support of our local communities, to help raise funds, to make this sale a success. Monetary donations are also welcome.

Donations are greatly appreciated. We are looking for gently-used items: tools, toys, small furniture, unique items, collectibles, antiques, housewares, dishes, glassware, craft items, kitchen items, household items, linens, fabric, yarn, music items, vinyl records, books, jewelry, china, Christmas items, decorative items and more.

Only clothing in excellent condition is accepted. Please, no TVs, computers, or tires.

To arrange delivery, please call me at 518-438-8862 at home or at 518-421-1384 on my cell, or Vern Starr at 518-567-4294, or Caroline Wirth at 518-424-4953, or Jo Downey at 518-767-2985.

Thank you for your assistance.

Carol Carpenter


Bethlehem Grange 137

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