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Rummage sale benefits preschool

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From page A3 | April 26, 2013 |

Davis Community Church Nursery School students Hisaya, left, and Sophia dig in to help wash a playhouse and a play structure that will be part of the DCCNS rummage sale from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. Courtesy photo

Community members are invited to a rummage sale from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 27, to benefit the Davis Community Church Nursery School. The sale will take place in the big yard area at the corner of Fifth and C streets, across from Central Park. More than 50 families will contribute children’s clothing, toys and other household items.

DCCNS is celebrating 40 years of serving Davis children. The parent cooperative, nonprofit program is open to all children ages 15 months to 5 years who are ready for a group experience.

One alum is Davis Mayor Pro Tem Dan Wolk. “Although I was only a toddler, I have warm memories of DCCNS, particularly a tractor that used to be there, the ‘birthday chair’ and accompanying crown, and Sandi Pickens,” he says. “I’m glad that a new generation of children — my own children’s generation — are able to benefit from it like I did.”

For more information, contact sale co-coordinator Cecilia Escamilla-Greenwald at 530-400-2511 or [email protected].

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