Summit College Club Book Donations

Looking for a place to donate old books?  The Summit College Club is collecting books, CDs, and DVDs for their upcoming book sale.  Donations should be brought to the American Legion Post No. 433 (357 Elkwood Ave. New Providence, NJ, next to the library) from April 13 through April 19, 2018.  The drop off will be open from 10am to 6pm daily and from 10am to 9pm on April 19th.  The books must be in good condition and packed in bags or small boxes and please no textbooks, manuals, magazines or encyclopedias. 

Contact Information
  1. 973-216-5243
  2. summitcollegeclub@yahoo.com
Tue, April 17
10:00 am — 6:00 pm
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Looking for a place to donate old books? The Summit College Club is collecting books, CDs, and DVDs for their upcoming book sale. Donations should be brought to the American Legion Post No. 433 (357 Elkwood Ave. New Providence, NJ, next to the library) from April 13 through April 19, 2018. The drop off will be open from 10am to 6pm daily and from 10am to 9pm on April 19th. The books must be ...

357 Elkwood Ave New Providence, NJ 07974

American Legion Post 433

357 Elkwood Ave
New Providence, NJ 07974

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