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SPARTA book sale to offer more sections, books

8:50 PM, Oct. 18, 2013
Volunteers from the Stevens Point Area Retired Teachers Association sort books for next week's book sale at the former Jackson School.
Volunteers from the Stevens Point Area Retired Teachers Association sort books for next week's book sale at the former Jackson School.
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Janeen Kwarciany joked this week that getting ready for the Stevens Point Area Retired Teachers Association book sale would be much easier if not for all of the donations.

"It seems like someone is always coming in with books lately. It's not a bad problem to have," said Kwarciany, the co-chairwoman of the book committee for SPARTA.

Donations for the biannual book sale, which started in 1992, have continued to grow in recent years, and SPARTA now boasts a collection of more than 10,000 books. Organizers say this sale, which begins Wednesday and runs through the weekend, will be the biggest ...

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