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Plum football boosters staging Goodwill fundraiser Saturday

| Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, 3:30 p.m.
The Plum Mustangs take the field at the homecoming game Sept. 21.  Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
The Plum Mustangs take the field at the homecoming game Sept. 21. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review

Got stuff you've been meaning to take to Goodwill? The Plum High School Football Boosters will gladly take it off your hands this weekend.

The group will be collecting items from 1-4 p.m. Saturday at the Plum High School parking lot. Goodwill will have a truck at the lot and will pay the boosters 10 cents a pound for everything that is donated.

All donations must be in good, clean condition. Furniture and computers cannot be accepted at this drive.

Items that can be accepted include: Books, sports equipment, tools, toys, shoes, pictures, musical instruments, linens, cooking accessories, electronics, glass and housewares, handbags, jewelry and clothing.

Other items that cannot be accepted include: Cribs and playpens, automotive parts, car seats for infants, building materials, baby walkers, baby gates, storm windows and doors, bunk beds, swing sets, bean bag chairs, major appliances, televisions, hospital beds, hot water heaters, beauty shop equipment, propane heaters, chemicals of any kind, engine oil, firearms and ammunition, lamps without a polarized plug, used safety helmets, household trash.

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