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Moeller accepting thrift items for ‘Clean for a Cause’

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

ST. ANDREW DEANERY — Archbishop Moeller High School is now collecting donations for a rummage sale to benefit Unifat (the school in Uganda it helps support, along with 120 of the school’s children), Moeller’s freshman leadership program, and tuition assistance. All leftover items from the sale will be donated to St. Vincent de Paul.

“We’re looking for everything but the kitchen sink,” says Sally Nugent, parent volunteer and event co-chair, “meaning we can’t handle mattresses, lawn mowers, large appliances, things like that. We’re hoping that as people spring clean they’ll consider donating their clutter/unwanted treasures to support these worthy causes.”

In addition to garage sale-like items, the school is especially looking to collect and recycle the following items (working or not): cell phones; ink jet printer cartridges; laptop computers; Apple ipods;  digital cameras and  digital video cameras. Moeller is accepting donations at the front of the school on the following Saturdays: April 4, 18, and May 2 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

The school is located at 9001 Montgomery Rd., Cincinnati. For more information, contact nugent at snugent@moeller.org or johanna kremer at jkremer@moeller.org.

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