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Reader's Exchange: She'd like to secure an old, wooden boat to put flowers in

Spring is nearly here, and people are already getting out in their gardens! Marianne of Belleair Bluffs has a creative way she'd like to decorate her garden, by using a small, old wooden boat to plant flowers in. The trouble is, she doesn't have one, so she's hoping that someone out there does. She says the boat could be a pram or a small skiff, and it doesn't need to be in good condition. Marianne can be reached at (727) 504-7522.

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Lee Fox of St. Petersburg has a treasure trove of items that were her aunt's, and she would like to see them go to a good home. First, she has four boxes of beads and pearls, as well as all the gold and silver findings for jewelrymaking. Lee says there's enough product to start your own business! Lee also has a bunch of zippers that could be used for a variety of craft projects. Finally, Lee has an extensive collection of 78 rpm records, mostly big-band music, in pristine condition. If you are interested in any of these items, please call Lee at (727) 347-7995 and leave a message.

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Barbara Austin of Palm Harbor has hundreds of Christian VHS cassettes featuring Joyce Meyer that she would like to pass on to someone else. Barbara suggests that even if you're not interested in Meyer, the tapes could be used to record other programs. They must be picked up, but you do not have to take all of them. Barbara can be reached at (727) 937-8292.

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Mary Johnson of St. Petersburg has six long-sleeved nightgowns for a bedridden/incapacitated patient to give away. Five of the nightgowns are flannel and one is cotton, all in various plaids. They are backless and were worn by a smaller man (size small-medium). Mary says there is no reason they could not be worn by a woman. She says they have a modesty panel in the back with full snap closures. If you are interested, Mary is willing to deliver them or mail them, if necessary. Call (727) 323-0069 and leave a message.

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Sharon Taft of Port Richey is a big fan of Reader's Digest and is looking for the four-story books, not the magazines. She says she doesn't care how old they are, or if they are a little roughed up, as long as they are still readable. Sharon is willing to pick them up if she doesn't have to drive more than an hour. She can be reached between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. at (727) 857-4958.

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Calling all crafters! Tricia has colorful, tropical fabric remnants that she suggests would be good for a number of crafting projects. She also has a large amount of plastic utensils for a party or gathering that she hopes the recipient would recycle. She can be reached at (727) 595-0483.

Reader's Exchange: She'd like to secure an old, wooden boat to put flowers in 03/07/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 3:30am]
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