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Thrift shop art sale welcomes donations

The ladies are busy at the Aspen Thrift Shop preparing for our fifth annual Art Sale on Aug. 4. We are eager to welcome your treasures and donations, which will ensure another successful event. Please think of us as you are spring cleaning, moving or upgrading. Perhaps you have just purchased a new piece of art and can’t find a proper home for the old one. Are those prints, silver and jewelry from grandma still in the attic and you know the grown kids don’t want them? We assure you, there will be a lot of enthusiastic buyers at the Art Sale, thrilled to buy pre-loved collectibles. Better yet, all proceeds benefit local valley nonprofits and provide scholarships for graduating seniors. If you are unable to deliver your treasures to the shop, we will arrange pick up at your convenience. Please email your information to info@aspenthriftshop.com.

Thank you for thinking of the Aspen Thrift Shop. All donations from the generous community enable us to accomplish our mission.

Complete information on our website, http://www.aspenthriftshop.org.

Ellen Walbert

Co-president of the Aspen Thrift Shop


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