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April 26, 2014

Student United Way to host rummage sale

ANDERSON — Student United Way (SUW) at Anderson University and L’amifidel, a campus social club, will work together to host its first-ever community rummage sale on Saturday, May 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the courtyard behind Smith and Martin Hall on Anderson University’s campus.

Money raised from the sale will help pay for service projects in Madison County.

“We are grateful to have the chance to serve the community around Anderson University, and are excited for all that we will be able to do in the future with any money we raise from the sale,” said Anna Rayis, president of SUW at AU.

Community members, AU students, faculty, and staff, can donate items to be sold, including furniture, clothing, household items, and more. SUW and L’amifidel hope to raise at least $1,000 from the sale for service projects.

Sale attendees can park in a designated area on the Church of God campgrounds on campus, near the corner of Nursery Road and University Blvd. After parking, attendees must cross University Boulevard to get to the sale in the courtyard.

Volunteers will be on hand to help load sale items into cars. If you are interested in donating to the rummage sale or want more information, contact Rayis at or visit the event page at Event details can also be found on the Little 500 and the Anderson Visitor’s Bureau event calendars, and will be announced on WQME April 29.

Student United Way at Anderson University is a student interest club run through United Way of Madison County that serves to impact communities by mobilizing the caring power of students through meaningful volunteer experiences and service projects while voicing the needs of the community with willing partners to create lasting relationships.

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