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Furniture Sale at the Mount!

If you have a love for furniture that was built “in the good ol’ days,” come to Maple Mount on Saturday, March 3, 2018, for a sale by the Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph.

Everything from an antique china cabinet and matching buffet table, to desks of various sizes that were used by the Ursuline Sisters years ago will be for sale this one day only. Be at the Maple Mount gymnasium, 8001 Cummings Road, between 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on March 3 to take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Some of the items came from St. Angela Hall, which was built in 1913, but is no longer in use. Other items came from various Ursuline Sisters’ homes or were donated to the sisters.

Among the items for sale are a dropleaf table, sewing machine table, dining room tables and chairs, cabinets, trunks, dressers and chests. There are book cases, filing cabinets, accent tables, pedestals, TVs, recliners, and even a massage table. Lift chairs in working condition will also be for sale.

You can pay with cash, check or credit card, but you must be in Maple Mount on March 3, and you must be ready to take your items with you that day.

If this furniture could talk, what a story it could tell! Make sure you don’t miss this opportunity.

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Rita Tanner (Feb 17, 2018)
My aunt is Sr Mary David Thomas. Shortly before her death, she asked to have her grandfathers desk to put in her room so as to enjoy looking at it and remember the good ole days. My brothers granted her wish and brought it to her. When she passed, our family decided to donate the desk to the Mount. Very pretty piece of furniture. With this auction you're hosting in March, I have concerns about that desk. I never saw it pictured, thank goodness, as I really don't want that piece sold. If the desk is not wanted or in the way, my family can make arrangements to pick it up. Thank you for your time.