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Thank you South Berwick Library supporters! The Friends of the S. Berwick Library have raised $35,000. in 10 years from selling your donated items on Ebay! Our new goal is to reach $40,000., and we need your help – more items! Thanks go to dedicated volunteer and Ebay sales person, Sally Hunter, who gathers, posts, monitors and ships donated items all over the world. Proceeds from the sales go to supporting Library programs.
The Friends seek items “smaller than a breadbox”, perhaps unique and old items, items in the back of your cabinets and drawers that might have some Ebay sales value (pottery, glassware, silver, etc.). Recently a supporter who previously had lived in Chicago donated an old Chicago Blackhawks hockey team jersey that sold for a $150.! Most items will sell for less. This is an easy way to de-clutter your home and donate to your Library while not costing you anything. Check Ebay yourself to see if your items have a value. Often Ebay shoppers are looking to add to their collections, and your item may be just the thing! Unsold items are eventually donated to local non-profit thrift shops. Items may be left at the South Berwick Library on 27 Young Street, and questions may be sent to Sally Hunter at email@example.com.
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Tuesday, January 28, 2020
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