CAPT Book Sale: March 4 and 5th
Under the leadership of Dorothy and Richard Macnaughton, CAPT is holding a book sale at the Station Mall from Friday March 4 (set up) to Saturday, March 5th until mall closing (5:30 p.m.). We sell books beginning on Wednesday evening.
Books can be picked up ahead of time by Dorothy and Richard (705-759-0733), if that works best, or you can deliver them directly to the mall during the sale, preferably Friday between 5 and 8. Donations of books, CDs, or DVDs are much appreciated so that CAPT can raise funds to help cover expenses as we work towards improved and increased passenger service for everyone in the Algoma District.
Set up at the mall will begin at 5 p.m. on March 4. At this time, we will have tables set up at the Centre Court. As the boxes arrive at the mall, there will be identified categories on the tables where books will be placed. Boxes are ideally placed on the floor near the appropriate category. Any unsorted books can be put where they belong quite easily. Richard and Dorothy and Donna and Mark Cushley can assist people who will be helping so they will know where to put boxes or books.
Assistance is required at the Food Court of the Station Mall from 5 pm to 8 pm on Friday Mar 4 from 9 to 9 and Saturday Mar 5 from 9 to 5:30 as well as from 5:30 to 7:00 on Saturday to help pack up the remaining books. Please contact Lauren Doxtater at 705 949 2301 email@example.com to let her know when you can help even if it is just for a couple hours.
Any materials that remain will go to the Garden River and Thessalon First Nations Libraries.
Please help CAPT by: (1) donating books, CDs and DVDs, (2) buying books, and/or (3) volunteering sometime during the sale.
Dorothy and Richard Macnaughton
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