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Yes, however each booth must be pre-approved by the West Coast Sale Board of Directors and the profits of each stand go directly to Mennonite Central Committee (MCC). Contact Ken Willems if you and/or your church congregation would like to set up a booth at our next Sale.
Yes! All profits from the WCMRS go directly to MCC, so your donations of time, money, hand-crafted items, and purchases at our Sale enable MCC to continue their work among communities around the world, improving people's lives and sharing the love of Christ. Click over to www.mcc.org to see some of the wonderful work that they are currently doing around the globe.
Yes! Our Board meets once a month in our MCC offices in Reedley. Each board member works throughout the year to organize and ready ourselves for the Sale each April. The most help, however, is needed during the 2-day Sale. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your interests and talents so we can find together a place for you to serve with us! Every donation of time, big or small, is essential.
The Used Books sale is located in Ashley Hall. You can call Fresno Pacific University at 559-453-2000 and ask for Ray Winter to see where and when is the best time to drop off your books.
Yes! The Sale is an annual event, much planning has gone into it. No one likes the rain or wind, but it is a proven fact that people will come to support the cause of the Sale. (Can't go without your Zwieback.
Parking is available several places. Steinert Field (Baseball Diamond) lot at the southeast corner of Hamilton and Winery, If a baseball game is in progress, FPU or Relief Sale Board does not take responsibility for broken glass on your vehicle. An additional parking spaces are located in the northwest corner of Butler and Winery. Handicap parking is available at the Hamilton Parking lot on Hamilton Avenue south of the University. Limited RV Parking (no hook-ups) at Butler Church parking lot
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Please remember, the Relief Sale is to raise money for Mennonite Central Committee. Think of your unused tickets as a donation.