Rummage-Antique Fund Raiser
Times for the event are from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 25-27.
Items for purchase will be both in the town hall parking lot and inside the building.
A variety of baked goods including breads, cookies, coffee cakes, cupcakes, chocolate brownies and pies will be for sale.
There will also be grilled brats, burgers and hot dogs, plus soda, coffee and bottled water available for purchase.
Music will be provided by deejay Jolene Van Beek from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday.
Donated rummage/yard/antique sale items and assorted homemade baked goods may be brought directly to the town hall between the hours of 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, May 23-24.
Donors may also call Lynn Marcks, nIc Foundation, Inc. CEO and educational consultant, at 715-823-4829 to make arrangements for pick up items. The most popular shopping items include antiques, tools, furniture, yard and lawn items, home dècor, fishing and hunting items, toys, and clothing.
The nIc Foundation is seeking volunteers to help out with sales, restocking and organizing, serving food and clean-up. Volunteers are scheduled to help in four hour shifts.
Contact Marcks to volunteer.
The nIc Foundation is established in honor and memory of Cloverleaf Lake's resident Nicolas Resch. The foundation promotes violence prevention education initiatives encouraging positive character traits and values. Proceeds from the fund raising event support the nIcvp4families (nIc violence prevention for families) storytelling projects in our rural communities. The nIc Foundation is a non profit 501c3 charity.
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