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Saturday Yard Sale in IGA Parking Lot will have bake sale

Public has once in blue moon chance to sample Barbara's homemade cinnamon rolls and and get Christmas shopping done, with change left over


Wayne would not rest tonight until I had promised to write to remind you that this Saturday is a once in a blue moon chance to enjoy one of my cinnamon rolls. I know that it's not easy to get out of bed early on a Saturday morning but you need to make an exception this week and come over to the yard sale at the IGA parking lot.

Truthfully the darn things are a pain to make and I have to get up about 4 am to have them ready for breakfast but some things are just plain worth the trouble. To quote my husband and resident culinary expert at Tucker's Station these cinnamon rolls are so good "they make you want to smack your mama". Now I don't want to start any family fights but if you can find a better cinnamon roll I'll buy it for you.

Where else can you satisfy your sweet tooth with a selection of confectionary delights and shop for bargains galore at the same time? 12 Families coming together for a bang up yard sale may set a new retail record. I bet you can get all your Christmas shopping done and still have change left over.

Hope to see you Saturday morning!

Barbara Armitage

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