Get ready for the 2nd Annual Project Rummage presented by the Junior League of Mobile! This year's Project Rummage is being sponsored by Belk and will be held Saturday, March 16, 2013 from 7am-3pm at 85 N. Sage Ave. Admission is $2, and parking is free at the JLM Office, which is located at 57 N. Sage Ave.
You can rummage through hundreds of slightly used but fantastic items at affordable prices. You'll find Items like furniture, toys, appliances, housewares, clothes and much more.
The "Peek and Purchase" preview event will be Friday, March 15 from 6pm-8pm. For only $10, you will have the opportunity to purchase items before the general public, as well as enjoy food and drinks.
Proceeds from Project Rummage fund the mission of JLM, an organization that contributes more than one million dollars per year in volunteer time and money to support 34 community programs with 21 different nonprofit agencies in the Mobile and Baldwin County communities. JLM also trains volunteers to become community and civic leaders through service and volunteerism.
For more information, please visit http://www.juniorleaguemobile.org/?nd=home
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