Tiverton News
by Sandy Lindsay

April 16, 2016

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Volunteers had it organized

(L-R) Heather Catto, Rosemary Grover and George Potter

Knox Presbyterian Church in Tiverton was a busy place on Thursday and Friday (April 14 & 15).

People carrying empty baskets and shopping bags lined up waiting for the doors to open for the annual Spring Rummage Sale. 

Waiting for the doors to open 

Tables were piled high

From clothes for every age, to books, shoes and household items, there was something for everyone.

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"Everything was donated," said George Potter.  "Whatever items we don't sell, will go to the Diabetes foundation or another charity like it."

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