Sycamore Ridge holds spring rummage sale

Sophie Perrins, Emily Dixon

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Sycamore Ridge Elementary School held its Spring Rummage Sale on Feb. 12. Families from Sycamore Ridge Elementary School worked hard on their spring cleaning and donated their goods for sale to benefit the programs at the school. Photos/Jon Clark

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