A Coastal Carolina University student places a printer salvaged into a storage unit on campus ahead of a previous “Campus Salvage” sale. The school’s grand sale for 2017, full of donated items from students moving out to close the school year – and benefiting the CCU sustainability scholarship fund and local charities – is 8 a.m. May 13 at 370 Allied Drive, Conway, in the Portable On Demand Storage company parking lot, in Atlantic Center, across U.S. 501 from CCU. Admission is free, or pay $5 for early bird entry at 7 a.m. Cash only for all purchases, too. More details at 843-349-6954, or email jmonday1@coastal.edu.
A Coastal Carolina University student places a printer salvaged into a storage unit on campus ahead of a previous “Campus Salvage” sale. The school’s grand sale for 2017, full of donated items from students moving out to close the school year – and benefiting the CCU sustainability scholarship fund and local charities – is 8 a.m. May 13 at 370 Allied Drive, Conway, in the Portable On Demand Storage company parking lot, in Atlantic Center, across U.S. 501 from CCU. Admission is free, or pay $5 for early bird entry at 7 a.m. Cash only for all purchases, too. More details at 843-349-6954, or email jmonday1@coastal.edu. Randall Hill The Sun News file photo
A Coastal Carolina University student places a printer salvaged into a storage unit on campus ahead of a previous “Campus Salvage” sale. The school’s grand sale for 2017, full of donated items from students moving out to close the school year – and benefiting the CCU sustainability scholarship fund and local charities – is 8 a.m. May 13 at 370 Allied Drive, Conway, in the Portable On Demand Storage company parking lot, in Atlantic Center, across U.S. 501 from CCU. Admission is free, or pay $5 for early bird entry at 7 a.m. Cash only for all purchases, too. More details at 843-349-6954, or email jmonday1@coastal.edu. Randall Hill The Sun News file photo

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