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May 04

TRoMM Yardsale

Saturday, May 4 –

Event Time: 8am-1pm

American Legion Hall
Pearl and John Streets, Camden

On Saturday, May 4, from 8am to 1pm at the American Legion Hall, corner of Pearl and John Streets, Trail Runners of Midcoast Maine (TRoMM) will be staging a HUGE yard sale to help Coastal Mountains Land Trust build a nine-mile trail around Ragged Mountain. Quality equipment, furnishings, kitchenware, clothing, and games will be up for sale by donation. Don’t stop for breakfast, come straight to the parking lot and get ready for wonderful finds while supporting a great cause. There will be bagels & cream cheese and cupcakes if you get hungry during the hunt for treasures! 100% of proceeds will be given to the Land Trust in support of the Round the Mountain Trail as TRoMM works to raise $10,000 for one of the mile markers on the trail. Staff will be available to accept donations to the Round the Mountain Campaign and can send a receipt if requested. Thanks to LAUGH loud SMILE big, Bagel Café, and the American Legion for donating the snacks and location to the cause. Thanks to Belinda Aldrich Design for donating her time and talents to all graphics and marketing. Please don’t come early, the volunteers will be setting up! But do come and bring cash and checks. No ability to pay by card will be available. ### Coastal Mountains Land Trust has worked since 1986 to permanently conserve land to benefit the natural and human communities of the western Penobscot Bay. The Land Trust has protected over 10,000 acres, offering 45 miles of trails for public recreation. ### Trail Runners of Midcoast Maine is a community of fun-loving girls and boys who run amok in the woods and mountains of Midcoast Maine.
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About Coastal Mountains Land Trust

101 Mt Battie St
Camden, ME 04843

Working to permanently protect the natural and human communities along the western Penobscot Bay, the Land Trust has 30 years of experience offering public access to preserves and trails, educational programs and volunteer opportunities.>

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