Providence Marianwood hosts estate sale

  • BY Wire Service
  • Thursday, November 11, 2010 1:44pm
  • Business

Head over to the estate sale at Providence Marianwood for unique collectibles from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and Saturday. Items for sale will include jewelry, antiques, knick knacks, art, household items, linens, glassware, stuffed animals and holiday decorations.

Everyone is welcome to bring in their unwanted, unused or broken jewelry; old or damaged fine jewelry, dental gold, scrap gold, diamonds, coins, silverware to donate to Providence Marianwood. People will be given a tax deduction for their donations, and the cash value will be used to provide care and programs for the elderly.

Providence Marianwood is located at 3725 Providence Point Dr SE, just off 228th Ave. SE and across the street from the Bellewood Retirement Apartments. For more information, call 425-391-2800.


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