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Antique Road Faire Friday helps Habitat for Humanity

July 4, 2013
LISA M. REED - Staff Writer (Lisa M. Reed’s e-mail address is lreed@ironmountaindailynews.com) , The Daily News

KINGSFORD - An antique appraisal fair to benefit the Habitat for Humanity Menominee River will be held at the Restore in Kingsford on Friday.

The Antique Road Faire and an Open House runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Restore, 113 S. Milwaukee Ave., behind Hometowne Lumber.

" Bring your jewelry, pottery, glass, art, toys, coins, guns, lures, dolls, war memorabilia, quilts and more," said Dian Miller Community Development Coordinator for Habitat for Humanity. "The cost is $8 per appraisal or three appraisals for $20."

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Nancy Pellegrini, executive director for Habitat for Humanity shows some antique trains and boy scout memorabilia they plan to have appraised at the antique appraisal fair Friday.

"In addition, hotdogs and brats will be available for purchase during the lunch period," Miller said.

Nancy Pellegrini, executive director for Habitat for Humanity, said three appraisers from U.P. Auction Block of Manistique will be checking area residents' items.

"The limit is three items per visit, but people are encouraged to make multiple visits," Pellegrini said. "Appraisals will be done in the Restore Store on a first come, first served basis."

There will also be a concession stand, sales and an open house in the Restore.

Money raised benefits Habitat for Humanity Menominee River.

 
 

 

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