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Foundation to host rummage sale fundraiser

Posted: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 8:33 am

Being in show business means dealing with a lot of extra items building up in storage over the years, especially furniture and costumes. The Hill Country Arts Foundation found a solution that it hopes will clear up space as well as raise funds for their programs: a rummage sale.

“We actually started the rummage sale specifically so we could free up some of our space,” said Kayla Castaneda, Hill Country Arts Foundation’s Point Theatre interim technical director. “If you look out, there’s tons and tons of weird, wacky things that the theater uses all the time.”

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