Donate clothes, other items to help Marysville Historical Society

  • Monday, November 5, 2018 4:15pm
  • Life

MARYSVILLE – If you have some extra clothes you want to get rid of, the Marysville Historical Society is having a FUNDrive that can help with that.

All you need to do is donate your good used clothes, shoes, textiles and accessories this week.

Items can be dropped off at the museum, 6805 Armar Road, during business hours Nov. 6 and Nov. 8 from noon to 4 p.m.

Items that can be accepted include:

•Clothing and Shoes: Men’s, women’s, children’s

•Textiles: Towels, sheets, blankets, pillows, curtains and tablecloths.

•Accessories: Hats, mittens, scarves, ties, socks purses, wallets, backpacks, bags.

For details call 360-659-3090 or 360-631-1854. Proceeds benefit the Marysville Historical Society.

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