'You name it, we had it'
Price-less Day again provides a free way to get needed things
Among the hundreds in line Wednesday morning for the annual Price-less Day event in Morris were several who arrived in the wee hours of the morning to have the opportunity to get the choicest items.
The doors opened promptly at 7 a.m., and some were seen exiting with television sets, items of furniture, and children’s playsets before those farther down the line had even gotten through the doors.
This is the ninth year for First Christian Church’s Price-Less Day, and it remains wholly popular for area residents. The idea began as a kind of neighborhood trade, where residents would donate and bring in household items they found they didn’t need any more and come back a couple of days later to pick up some other things they might need. It proved a huge success and has been a popular event ever since.
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