Knights of Columbus 4th Degree Will Hold Gigantic Sale

Due to popular demand, we will hold another gigantic sale, on Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 7 am to 1 pm. It will be held in both Knights of Columbus buildings, rain or shine, located at 1125 Pine Tree Drive, New Bern. In addition, only our outside patio sales, by the blue building and our furniture department, in the first building, will be open on Friday, March 30, 2012, from 10-2 pm. We have 3 organs **, CD’s, DVD’s, records, electronics, small appliances, tools, home décor, jewelry, books, pictures, exercise equipment, house wares, and many other items for sale. Take a look at our designer clothes and accessories in a special boutique. We offer the best deals in town! Know while you are shopping, you are helping to support others in need.

We welcome donations of good and clean items. You may call Fred Amend 252-633-2559 for pick-ups. You may also drop them off at the blue building in the back at 1125 Pine Tree Drive until March 23, 2012.

Also donations of all motorized vehicles are acceptable; call Danny Gennantonio at 637-2322. This includes autos, trucks, motorcycles, jet skis, boats and others. All donations are tax deductible. We furnish receipts for tax purposes.

The Knights support many organizations, among them are Special Olympics, Relay for Life, Eastern Pregnancy Information Center, Senior Pharmacy, Fund for Needy Children, Wounded Warriors Leave Program and many others. The Knights of Columbus, Father Kenneth I. Parker Assembly 1820, would like to thank you for your continued support of their projects.

** Organs may be seen prior to the public sale, by appointment only. One is a Thomas Model 567-B with a preset synthesizer and Thomas Fancy Foot Combo, in excellent condition, perfect for a small church. Only serious customers may call 637-2322 and leave a message.

Submitted by: Nancy Stewart, Public Relations, KC 4th Degree Assembly 1820

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