Linden Store Closing Offers Free Items To Area Residents

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LINDEN — Area residents are being offered a bounty of free items by Beatrice Bernzott, president of Linden Historical Society, who reports the society and NJ Concern are vacating a shared store at 508 West Elizabeth Avenue, Linden and giving away the contents.

Previously the group donated clothing to Haiti, books to Lupus, and glassware to the Salvation Army.

A partial listing of items to be distributed free includes: lamps, pictures, chairs, sewing machine, garden tools, foreign dolls, china, baskets, children’s books and much more.

Persons wishing to take advantage of this free offer call 908-523-0003 for an appointment to visit the store.


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