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Editor's Corner

It started out as an idea to raise money for the Medway300 Committee, to help pay for tercentennial events in the town. Andy Parchesky and his wife, Chris, impressed by large-scale yard sales they saw in New Hampshire and other places, thought that Medway residents could clean out their closets, band together and raise a few dollars for a cause. Three years ago, about 130 people signed up. For $10, their yard sale would be listed on a map for bargain hunters that would be sold for a $1 donation. The event raised over $2,000 that first year.

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