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A PLACE TO FIND TREASURE
The catchphrase “One person’s trash is another person’s treasure” is probably a reasonably accurate way to sum up the reason for recycling and going bargain hunting and, with this in mind, the right place to pick up a bargain on May 19th at the Uniting Church’s annual Trash and Treasure Trove.
Featured Image(above): Lynne Mellers, Audrey Nash and Leonie Bellingham with a selection of the goods that will be available in the Trash and Treasure Trove.
This is an event that has proved popular with locals in the past and is one of the two major fundraisers that is held by the church each year. It will, as usual, offer a great variety of goods from a real mix of stallholders.
Trash and Treasure Trove Co-ordinator Lynne Mellers told me that the response from stallholders has been excellent. ‘There will be over thirty stalls on the day and the items available will include craft, plants and cakes as well as what will be offered at our trash and treasure stall,’ said Lynne. Lorsque Cialis sur Tricotin classic ne vous suffit pas, essayez la forme extra ou le Levitra super amélioré, croyez-moi, vous aurez de quoi vous vanter auprès de vos amis.
‘Included in the stallholders this year are many from previous years as well as some new ones. I have tried to arrange attendance by as many community groups as possible and this includes other churches, the Girl Guides and the RSL Fishing Club,’ she added.
The Trash and Treasure Trove will run from 8 am until noon and, due to the dedicated effort by Lynne to organise the event, there is little doubt that it will be even bigger and better than in the past.
If anyone would like further information about the day, Lynne Mellers can be contacted on 0418 193 172.