TNRD hosts trunk sale

The sale provided the opportunity for people to sell items out of the trunks of their vehicles to lessen clutter and encourage reusing

(L-r) Adriana Mailloux and Denise Roberts talk about the services the regional district offers to Monica Hartshorn.

(L-r) Adriana Mailloux, an environmental services technologist with Thompson-Nicola Regional District, and Denise Roberts, a TNRD program assistant, talk about the services the regional district offers locally to Clearwater resident Monica Hartshorn.

They were taking part in a trunk sale put on by the TNRD at Rotary Sports Park in Saturday, Oct. 3.

The sale provided the opportunity for people to sell items out of the trunks of their vehicles to lessen clutter and encourage reusing. Despite blustery weather, a steady stream of visitors attended.

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