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Rummage Sale Contacts



Happy Mother’s Day!!!!!  I always remember this day as the Celebration of the Christian Home.  I hope you will remember and celebrate Mothers in your home and everywhere.

And what a beautiful rain this morning.

It is getting closer to the 6th Annual OLD RED RAIL Rummage Sale.  I will list the names and phone numbers one more time of the Byway towns and where you can get registration forms.

The following are names and phone numbers in the various towns so that you can register your sale:  Glen Ullin – Laura Lea 348-9090: Hebron – Robin Reynolds 878-4060 or Krystle 690-9092:  Richardton – Sister Phoebe   974-2121:  Taylor – Robin at Taylor Nursery 701-974-3535:  Gladstone – Haylee Wax  290-5897: New Salem – Pick up registration forms at Security First Bank or Capital Credit Union or call Delores Klusmann 843-8676.   In Mandan, register to bring your rummage sale items to the Mandan Heritage Plaza and contact Sue Hoffman 751-0568.  Or host your own rummage sale at home.  Get your red balloons at the Mandan Heritage Plaza. In Dickinson - Linda Krank 701-483-8251.

We advertise the OLD RED TRAIL rummage sale as 108 miles long including 10 towns.  Well, there is a rummage sale know as Nebraska Junk Jaunt that is about 500 miles long and includes 760 vendors.  It is held on September 22-24, 2017 and runs through Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway and Loop Rivers Scenic Byway.  Their mission is improving tourism, beautification, refurbishment of attractions, and expanding tourism events.   It sounds as if we have much in common except the number of miles.  Therefore, if you haven’t found that perfect treasure on the OLD RED TRAIL scenic Byway Rummage Sale, there is another journey you could take this fall.

Remember:  Get your treasures ready and shoppers be ready to go shopping on June 3 - - - - 6th Annual OLD RED TRAIL Rummage Sale from Mandan to Dickinson.

Until next time, Be Well, Do Good Works, and see you on the OLD RED TRAIL.

Delores Klusmann