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James Clemens Band rummage sale set for Saturday

A rummage sale sponsored by James Clemens Band will be held Saturday in the cafeteria. (CONTRIBUTED)
A rummage sale sponsored by James Clemens Band will be held Saturday in the cafeteria. (CONTRIBUTED)

MADISON – James Clemens High School Marching Band will present its first annual rummage sale on Jan. 10 from 8 a.m. to noon.

Admission is free. “However, ‘Early Bird’ admission can be purchased for $2 at the door (non-refundable). Early Bird shoppers can shop at 7 a.m. and have first crack at all the deals,” band publicist Rikki Powell said.

The sale will include furniture, household goods, electronics, decor, toys, books, antiques, tools and children’s clothing items. The sale will be held in the cafeteria.

All sale proceeds will directly benefit the award-winning James Clemens Marching Band in purchasing equipment, with transportation expenses and other costs.

James Clemens’ address is 11306 County Line Road in Madison.

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