North Peace Historical Society hosts a successful 19th Annual Antique Sale

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This past weekend, the North Peace Historical Society hosted the 19th Annual Antique Sale at the Fort St. John Legion – on Friday and Saturday.

The Historical Society’s Evelyn Sim said that at least 300 people came through to shop. She adds that a small admission charge went towards the cost of renting the hall, and after everything was said and done, that cost was covered.

This is more of a service to the community rather than a fundraiser for a specific need, Sim said.

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She did not disclose how much was earned, but the Historical Society did earn their goal.

The next annual Antique Sale will likely be in the middle of October next year – this one will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of the traditional sale.

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