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Leighton Playground Fundraiser In Full Swing

OSWEGO, NY – On June 4 at Breitbeck Pavilion the Leighton Home and School Association will hold a community yard sale from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Top from left, Pamela Dowd, president HAS; Judy Kenefic, chair playground committee; Margie Clark, playground committee member. In front from left Gretchen Dowd, Robert Fisher Clark, Tristan Robert Clark, Gillian Clark, Zoe Clark and Kelly, Mike Goldych's lhasa apso.

Top from left, Pamela Dowd, president HAS; Judy Kenefic, chair playground committee; Margie Clark, playground committee member. In front from left Gretchen Dowd, Robert Fisher Clark, Tristan Robert Clark, Gillian Clark, Zoe Clark and Kelly, Mike Goldych's lhasa apso.

Anyone interested in donating items for the effort can call Beth Clark at 216-4992 for drop-off/pick-up information or rent their own table under the pavilion for $8.

There will also be a bottle and can drive – drop off, along with a tax deductible electronic recycling fundraiser taking place as well.

Cell phones, inkjet printer cartridges (no toner please), laptop and notebook computers, iPads and tablets, gold, silver, platinum jewelry, Apple iPods and MP3 players, digital SLR cameras and lenses, digital cameras, digital video cameras, portable GPS units, radar detectors, E-book readers, mobile hot spots and WiFi devices, 4G USB Air Cards, handheld game systems (PSP, Nintendo DS etc), game consoles (Nintendo Wii, PS3, Xbox etc.) Range Finders and sky caddies and TI graphing calculators will be collected.

Take-out chicken barbecue will be held from noon – 3 p.m., for $8 per dinner that includes Gibby’s famous half chicken, salt potatoes, baked beans and a roll.

Pre-sale tickets are available; contact Pam Dowd at 343-3650, Margie Clark at 343-1998, Judi Kenefic at 343-3764, Kelly Griffin at 343-1864 or Beth Clark at 216-4992.

Group deliveries within city limits are available and arranged at time of pre-sale.

Bring some smiles – bring some swings – cause a change in the community!

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