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La Cañada/Magee group's yard sale set March 7

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Posted: Wednesday, February 18, 2009 12:00 am

The La Cañada Magee Neighborhood Association holds its annual area yard sale fund-raising event on Saturday, March 7, starting at 7 a.m. at 1422 W. Avenida de las Americas.

Donations are being sought.

“Please take advantage of this spring cleaning opportunity” by donating appliances in working condition, furniture and other items, a release said.

Tools, books, baby gear, toys, TVs and more are welcome.

Andrew Ford is helping coordinate the event.

He may be reached at 307-0785 to drop off donations or arrange for pick-up.

The neighborhood association represents the community in a number of situations, among them the controversial La Cañada road widening project.

It holds several neighborhood meetings a year.

Board insurance, mailings and new signs are major expenses for the association, “and cannot be met by donations received at meetings, although those donations are a big help,” the release said. “Everything counts.”

Set-up help may be needed March 6. “And don’t forget to shop March 7,” the release concluded.

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