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(Ad) New ad, new opportunity, in CM Freecycling

We're posting this ad to remind everyone that Freecycling ads in CM Classifieds are such a good place to get rid of stuff which someone else needs. There's no haul bill, no advertising bill, and usually, they are amazingly quick and they don't cost taxpayers one red cent. Here's one just in:Donald Belden writes:
Free if come and get I have an old stereo, chest of drawers, two tvs, one still works, and a freezer that lightning got, which was not even a year old at the time. I will give them to you free if you will just come take them out of the way for me. You can call (270) 566-2283. --Donald Belden
To post your Freecycling ad, submit using any Contact/Submit button, for quick, win-win-win-win-win results.

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