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    Weekend rummage sale

    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Hundreds came from throughout the region to the 40,000 square-foot Inova Ladies Board 74th annual rummage sale at Morven Park Oct. 19.

    The Inova Ladies Board 74th annual rummage sale at Morven Park in Leesburg Oct. 19 and 20 attracted hundreds of shoppers from throughout the region to the 40,000 square-foot sale that included antiques, furniture, books, clothes, tools, toys and more.

    The board broke previous records, raising at least $175,000 to fund projects at Inova Loudoun Hospital and for nursing scholarships. More than 500 volunteers staffed the sale.

    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Glenda Simpson of Airmont looks through tables of clothes for sale at the Inova Ladies Board 74th annual rummage sale at Morven Park Oct. 19. Simpson says she arrived with friends for the early bird opening at 8 a.m. and picked up a table, chairs, luggage, dishes and clothes. She says she's been coming for about 10 years. For the past couple years she's been looking for some chairs with rollers to fit the decor of her sun room and was happy to find what she's been looking for at the sale. "It's a fun day and I get to see people that I only see once a year," Simpson said.
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