Reminder: Keep it Local, Keep it Civil, Limit Commercial Postings to Once a Month. 3 Family Benefit Barn Sale-This Saturday July 12, 7am to 2pm-rain or shine (we're under cover!). Benefit :our local Conservation Fund Selling office supplies, household, kitchen, sewing & craft supplies, books, furniture, ornaments, old tools, outdoor plants, etc. Call Peggy (802-333-4155) for ?'s. Location-1181 Wild Hill Rd (the PYO blueberry farm and old apple orchard), town of West Fairlee . 6 miles from center of Bradford; or 6 miles up Middle Brook Rd/ Wild Hill from Lake Fairlee ). --------------------------- You received this message as a subscriber on the email@example.com discussion list. POSTING RULES: Keep it specific to the town - please sign your posts - limit commercial postings to once a month - keep your tone civil and respectful. Please include a relevant "Subject" line in your email. When replying to a posting, if you receive the list digest, use the "Reply to sender" or "Reply to list" links at the end of the individual message. If you receive each posting as a separate email, use your mail program's Reply or Reply-To-All function, as appropriate. Please edit your reply to include only the relevant portions of the original posting, not the entire email. All Upper Valley-wide posts should be sent ONLY to firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone can SUBSCRIBE to this group by sending a blank message to email@example.com. To be REMOVED from this list, send a blank message to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact the list manager at email@example.com. To POST a message to this list, simply email your message to firstname.lastname@example.org For the list homepage with posting guidelines and instructions for changing your subscription options, visit http://lists.valley.net/lists/info/west_fairlee. The archives with all previous messages posted to this list can be found at http://lists.valley.net/lists/arc/west_fairlee. This discussion list is provided at no cost by Vital Communities, a regional nonprofit organization based in White River Junction, Vermont, working to engage citizens, organizations, and communities in creating solutions to our region's challenges. To learn more, go to www.vitalcommunities.org.