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Beltrami Electric raises $5,625 from Indoor Garage Sale

The Beltrami Electric Indoor Garage Sale held on Saturday, May 7, raised $5,625 for the United Way of the Bemidji area.

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Members holding the check of the money that was raised at the Indoor Garage Sale.
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The Beltrami Electric Indoor Garage Sale held on Saturday, May 7, raised $5,625 for the United Way of the Bemidji area.

According to a release, after a two-year hiatus, the event saw nearly 1,500 bargain-hunters throughout the day. All proceeds from the entrance fees, vendor booth rentals, and food concessions go to the United Way of Bemidji.

"Thank you to all who attended to support this fundraising event," the release said. "Special thanks go out to the following sponsors: Ross Lewis Signs, Bemidji National Guard Armory, Portable John Rental and Service, and Raphael’s Bakery. In addition, thanks to all the vendors and volunteer workers for helping to make this event a success."

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