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These rummage teams find 50% of the drugs that come into the UK, the whole Border Teams find.
With the aid of former sufferer Gwenda and the ever-sensible trainee social worker Fliss, three agoraphobic ladies bravely set about staging a rummage sale to break through their insular lives for at least one day.
Open to all—both local and out of state—the Rummage Sale takes up 40,000 square feet of space inside the church and two circus tents full of sale items cover the church's parking lot.
Edgewood Community Elementary School will hold a rummage sale from 9 a.
Lisa Burles, manager of the British Heart Foundation store, said: "People rummage through the bins and just throw the rubbish on the street and we've had complaints about it.
The authors try to inspire you to rummage through your closets and combine vintage pieces with high street finds to create stylish results.
announced that Kathy Scott Rummage has been selected as the new executive director of communications of its Community Relations and Marketing Services Department.
A few years ago Milwaukee resident Tom Lynch picked up a 50-pound chunk of scrap metal at a rummage sale for $10.
to search especially by moving and looking through the contents of a place or container His dog likes to rummage through the trash.
Yet, instead of waking the neighbors with car doors and wrenching bras off mannequins, contestants here will rummage through clothing racks in search of the ugliest bridesmaid dress imaginable and scream at their mothers until they reduce them to tears.
Set in a church hall before and after a bazaar and rummage sale the play delves into the lives of five women - three of whom are agoraphobic.