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Deals That Are Nifty by Sister Thrifty: Random Acts of Kindness

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Saturday, February 19, 2005

Random Acts of Kindness

Hi everyone!
I received information from a Mr. Bob Rohl (757-3417) that he and his wife
(retired) have some 20 dozen canning pint jars that they are looking to sell for for a nominal price. They are boxed...not new, but in good condition...brand name jars (Kerr, Mason, Ball). He's asking $3/dozen for the regular mouth jars and $4/doz for the wide mouth. He's also selling a pressure canner for $16.
Did you know that it's "Random Acts of Kindness Week? Actually, there are
plenty of weeks in the year where you can help and serve others. Here are some neat links to some very cool organizations that you and your family may like to get involved with this year:
February 14-20, 2005 Random Acts of Kindness Week - April 4 - July 25, 2005 Great American Bake Sale - April 15-17, 2005 National Youth Service Day - April 15-17, 2005 Global Youth Service Day - April 17-23, 2005 National Volunteer Week - April 22, 2005 Earth Day - May 7, 2005 Join Hands Day - September 11, 2005 One Day's Pay - September 24, 2005 National Public Lands Day October 22, 2005 Make A Difference Day - November 7-13, 2005 World Kindness Week - November 18-19, 2005 World's Largest Thanksgiving Dinner November 19, 2005 National Family Volunteer Day -
December 5, 2005 International Volunteer Day -
Sara Sampson is looking to purchase a crib and changing table (congrats on the baby!!). If you know anyone who would like to sell theirs she would be interested in taking a look at them. Call her at 760-438-2449.
Remember to stock up on Valentine's Day stuff for next year. So far you can get stuff for 50% off pretty much everwhere. If you hold out longer the price will go down even more but so does the selection. Storing chocolate, however, until next year isn't a good idea since it will lose its if it would last untouched that long in my house!
Amy Hartung's daughter is selling girl scout cookies, so if you're craving
Thin Mints like I am, you can e-mail your order at
I'd be happy to suggest others' daughters, but so far hers is the only girl scout I know this year!
Have a fantabulous day!
Sister Thrifty


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