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Saturday November 3rd, 2001
St. Croix Lutheran High School
1200 Oakdale Avenue West St. Paul, Minnesota

Surviving the excitement created by watching trees drop their leaves and the anticipation of three months of arctic evil looming around the corner creates a need for radio collectors to attend the Annual NARC Fall Indoor Swap Meet.

This year's event is scheduled for Saturday November 3rd, 2001, and will once again be held at the St. Croix Lutheran High School located at 1200 Oakdale Avenue in West St. Paul Minnesota.

The doors will open for seller setup beginning at 8:00 am. Only those individuals who are purchasing selling space will be admitted at this time. Absolutely no sales will be allowed until 9:00a.m. The charge per table will once again be $10.00 per table for current NARC members, while non-members will be charged $22.00 for the first table and $10.00 per table there after. Non-members who are purchasing selling space will receive in addition to their space a one-year membership in NARC.

NOTE: Sellers will have to carry their items a short distance to the swap meet area, so bring a hand truck or small cart if you have anything heavy. The school requests that you please use extra care not to mark the floors with your hand cart and please bring a covering for your table as not to scratch it.

Those NARC members who are not selling and the general public will be admitted at 9:00am. The meet is scheduled to run until 12:30pm.

Admission for current members is free. The admission charge for all others will be $1.00. If you haven't had an opportunity to renew your annual membership or join the club, this would be an excellent time to do so. Membership forms will available at the registration desk.

The "Silent Auction" will be once again be featured at this year's event. Items for the silent auction will be accepted for display from 9:00am until 10:30am with the auction closing promptly at noon. The rules will be the same as last year with the club providing auction forms and assessing no sales commission. All sales are final. All monetary settlements for items purchased through the auction are to take place directly between the buyer and seller. All items up for bid are being sold "as is". Sellers will be allowed to establish a minimum bid and types of payment accepted (cash or check) for successful bids. Any questions regarding the silent auction should be directed towards a club officer.

To round out the day's activities the club will be selling 50/50 raffle tickets with the drawing to be held at noon.

Complimentary coffee, pop, and snacks will be provided, along with hot dogs being sold for a nominal charge later in the morning.

We'll see you at there!!!!

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