John Johnson Remembered

A Bargain Hunters Treasure Chest

by Bobby Blair
September 13, 2017

It was coolish weather Saturday morning as bargain hunters lined up for the Annual Senior Center Fall Fair.

The gates opened promptly at 9 am.

A furniture refinisher delight -----------------------

and a little bit of everything.

This reporter and non-shopper was able to steal away with one of Alladin's rugs for only $10 and was out of the crowd in 5 minutes.

The following photos were contributed by Sheila Joslin:

"Prep Day" consisted of volunteers helping set up tables and displays. Below Bill Heuer, left, and Tom Anguish of the Knights of Columbus (2 of 13 Knights who lent a hand) do some heavy lifting on Saturday.

Below, Black Friday at Wal-mart? No its minutes before the anxious bargain hunters are allowed into the fair.

The cashiers are smiling. That's a good sign.

 

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