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Have a vintage item? Bring it to the Senior Center March 9

Appraisals of those treasured items runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.


by: COURTESY OF PEGGI FEDERSPIEL -  A woman, hoping to determine the value of some prized items, gets appraisals from experts (left) Richard Hagar, Vince Harbick and Charlie Harbick. Have you been wondering how much the silverware you inherited from Aunt Hattie is worth? Are you a fan of “Antiques Roadshow”?

Then March 9 from 11 to 2 p.m. at the Marjorie Stewart Center will be your chance to experience a little road show excitement right here in Sherwood and learn more about your treasures.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Sherwood Senior Center, Charles Harbick, owner of Railroad Antiques in Sherwood, along with his father, Vince, will work with Tualatin resident and former City Council member Richard Hager to appraise treasures owned by local residents.

Cost for the event is $5 per item with a limit of two items per person. A fundraiser soup lunch will be available at the center at the same time.




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