DO YOU LOVE A GOOD FOSSICK?

By Marg Grove

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On May 18th, most of us will be fossicking for our next “national treasure” so if you are out and about already, you may like to continue to the Uniting Church in Webster Street, Bongaree and join us at the Annual “Trash and Treasure Trove” from 8 am to 12 midday.

This is a community event and there are many stalls from different service organisations and others such as sausage sizzle, art and crafts, freshly baked cakes and sweets, plants, morning tea and, inside the church hall, lots of different treasures that have been donated for sale.

This allows many folks to raise funds for their particular organisation. This is a fun time of fossicking for treasures and sharing time with others. On sale will be furniture, jewelry, electrical items in working order, records, books, almost anything that one can imagine.

It’s fun looking through such items to find “just the right thing” to suit our needs or desires. Get along and find a bargain!

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