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  • Full Name: Ellen Vesterdal
  • Location: Ganges
  • Phone: 250-538-2419
  • Expires: 6 days, 7 hours

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  • Item listed by: on March 24, 2019

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    Saturday, March 16th – somehow I lost my sunglasses in town. They are in a rigid black case.
    I need them! Please send a text to my husband, Chris, at the above number or if you could drop them off to the United Church that would be super. Thanks so much, Ellen

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