Journal Express, Knoxville, IA


November 6, 2013

Relay for Life team garage sale fund-raiser Saturday



Billy Ross, of Oskaloosa, came to the garage sale Saturday with his mother and sister to see what was on sale.

“I bought some mala beads for Buddhism,” Ross said.

Pierson was pleased with the turnout.

Pierson said she was part of the set-up crew who got the garage sale ready Friday evening.

“It's well worth it,” Pierson said of the effort to get the garage sale going.

Buffington is a member of the Relay for Life survivors committee and said the next Relay for Life is scheduled for March 29 from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. at the William Penn University Penn Activities Center.

“We will have a nice track to walk on,” she said.

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