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First United Methodist Youth Rummage Sale raises $12,500

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The First United Methodist Youth in Joplin recently held a large rummage sale as a fundraiser for youth missions.  With thousands of items for sale, they tell us they raised more than $12,500.

The sale was held March 19 and 20 at First United Methodist Church, 501 West 4th Street in Joplin.

For more information call 417-623-2796 or visit http://www.firstunitedjoplin.com.
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