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SEK Humane Society Rummage For Rescue - June 16

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Pittsburg, KS - The SEK Humane Society’s Resale Store, The Doggie Bag, will be conducting a new event: "Rummage For Rescue" on Saturday, June 16th.. This event will take place in the back lot of The Doggie Bag, located at 816 N Broadway, from 10AM - 1PM. There will be fantastic bargains on: gently used clothing, holiday décor, books, toys, jewelry, furniture and much more! All proceeds from this event will go towards the animals in need at the SEK Humane Society’s shelter.

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