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Rotary 'garage' sale set for Amador parking today

Proceeds will go for wheelchairs for disabled

The Rotary Club of Pleasanton will hold a city-wide "yard sale" from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. today in the parking lot at Amador Valley High School.

Club members and their families will be at the site with hundreds of items for sale, including housewares, clothing, baby furniture and accessories, and other merchandise.

Funds raised at the sale will be used by the Rotary Club to purchase and distribute wheelchairs to people with disabilities in Latin America, including Tulancingo, Pleasanton's sister city.

Donations can be declared as tax deductible gifts to the Rotary Club of Pleasanton Foundation, P.O. Box 352, Pleasanton 94566. All unsold items will be donated to St. Vincent de Paul.

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