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"A note from Susan Peterson about the sale:
"Although a very chaotic scene, we sold over $8,000.00 on Saturday and over $2,300.00 at the pre-sale for our volunteers on Friday as well as over $5,000.00 through internet and direct pre-sales from…"
"Loesje has asked me to tell you that she has a lot of new stuff to sell. The volunteers will spend Monday - Wednesday re-organizing the place and open the doors to buyers on Thursday at 10 AM.
If you are helping support an indigenous family, please…"
The sale at the Handicap Foundation (FPI) on Saturday was a huge success. All previous records were broken within the first hour.Now, here's the thing. There's still a lot of stuff left over and a bunch of new stuff came in too late to sort and price. And new stuff is still coming in.We expect a lot of things will be brought…See More
Neil Howell is a visual artist from Calgary, Alberta.His paintings sell for thousands of dollars in art galleries in both Canada and the U.S. He painted the American Indians extensively including Chief Dan George, Crazy Horse, Geronimo, Red Crow, etc. The below web page features 484 of his paintings including the one we have for sale.…See More
"Although all records were broken and an amazing amount of money was raised, there is still a lot of stuff left. Therefore, the decision was made to extend the sale on these dates:
Everything has been moved…"
"One suggestion I've heard is drink a couple gallons of water before getting finger printed and coat your hands liberally with hand lotion.
And, of course, you have to go to the place with the most high tech finger print equipment."
I wanted to take this opportunity to welcome you to Boquete Ning.
Many of us joined this organization to make new friends, or to help understand what being new to an area means, sometimes to get information about businesses or even directions to get around.
You will find useful support with that and more here. So, don’t hesitate to use this forum to ask questions, for advice, and especially the chance to have coffee with new folks.
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