American Legion Fundraiser

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The American Legion 12th Annual Antique Sale took place on March 17th and 18th, raising money to benefit veterans.
Old post cards were one of the vendor attractions at the American Legion Antique sale.
Vendors pay for booth space, which helps raise money for veteran’s projects and maintenance of the Wall of Honor.
Young people were also involved in helping run the Antique Sale, which gave them a chance to get some entrepreneurial experience while raising money for a good cause.
Glassware was a popular item at the Antique Sale.
Unique items, like this Underwood typewriter, caught the attention of shoppers.
Photos and everyday living items were displayed by one vendor.
An entire corner of the American Legion building was covered by a display of vintage tins.
This Lionel Chem-Lab still had many of the science materials inside.
A children’s tea set from the 1940s brought back memories for some of the shoppers.
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Annie Beth Donahue lives in Indian Trail, North Carolina with her husband Brad, and four children. She is a professional writer for both the web and print, and she can be found at

Annie Beth also has a bachelor's degree in music therapy from Queens University of Charlotte, and has either been working with or parenting children with special needs for the past 18 years. She is a children's book author and the founder and president of Signposts Ministries, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that serves families that have children with chronic health problems or disabilities. In her non-working time, she homeschools and oversees the children's care of their small menagerie made up of chickens, two donkeys, a dog, a cat, and a snake.