Clean the closet

The Fort St. James Christmas Food and Toy Drive will be holding a garage sale in order to raise funds for the annual yuletide relief effort.

  • Dec. 1, 2011 11:00 a.m.

People looking to clean out the clutter now can know their unwanted items are going to a good cause.

The Fort St. James Christmas Food and Toy Drive will be holding a garage sale in order to raise funds for the annual yuletide relief effort.

Integris will be hosting the event during the Moonlight Madness on Dec. 9 and Santa will be on hand after the Santa Claus Parade to help out as well.

Clutter can be dropped off at the credit union between Dec. 1 and Dec. 8.

 

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