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10th Annual Lincoln Highway Buy-Way Yard Sale This Week

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/4/2014

The tenth annual Lincoln Highway Buy-Way yard sale happens Thursday through Saturday along a 300-mile stretch of the historic road. More than 1200 sales are expected to be held by residents, businesses, churches, and other groups. That includes sales in Bucyrus, Galion, and Crestline in Crawford County, and others in Richland County. The Lincoln Highway Buy-Way sale has a $5-million to $15- million economic impact across the state. One of the sales will raise money for the 114-year-old Galion Big Four Depot. You can see all the yard sale locations at the website, www.historicbyway.com. You can also post your sale on the site, with an $8 fee through Pay Pal.

   
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