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Mountainside Restoration Committee Needs Donated Items for Town-wide Garage Sale

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Mountainside's Hetfield House Credits: Mountainside Restoration Committee
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Items needed for Garage Sale at the Historic Hetfield House.
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MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – In conjunction with the Mountainside Newcomers’ Club town-wide garage sale on Saturday, Sept. 16th (9 am – 2 pm), the Mountainside Restoration Committee will participate with a huge yard sale to raise funds for the restoration and maintenance of the historic Hetfield House and Levi Cory House. A rain date of Sept. 17 is planned.

The Committee is asking the community to donate saleable items for this sale. So, if you need to clean out your belongings and don’t want to hold a garage sale of your own, bring it all down to the Hetfield House and the Mountainside Historic Committee will sell it for a good cause.

Donated saleable items can be brought to the Hetfield House on Thursday, Sept. 14, and Friday, Sept. 15,  between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Receipts are available for donations.

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The Deacon Andrew Hetfield House and Levi Cory House are located at Constitution Plaza adjacent to the Mountainside Library. Constitution Plaza is the first right off Birch Hill Road which is off New Providence Road near the Mountainside Volunteer Fire House.

The Mountainside Restoration Committee is a committee of volunteers governed by the Borough of Mountainside whose purpose is to restore and maintain the Deacon Andrew Hetfield House and the Levi Cory House and collect and save historic information and items from destruction. For further information or to donate funds, please call (908)789-9420; or, go to:  www.mountainsidehistory.org

 

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