Coco Capsule

September 26, 2012

Classified Ads are normally found on the last pages of this publication, however there is a special opportunity now available here in Coco.

For personal reasons, Sue Fisher, owner of the successful consignment store in Las Palmas, is leaving the country and hopes to turn her business over to a responsible person or group. This popular and needed store can provide a perfect opportunity for somebody who wants to meet people in the area, raise some money and provide a real service.

The store sells everything from handmade jewelry to linens, to small appliances and has a great selection of ever-changing books. It could also be a great fundraising opportunity for a civic group.

Stop in and see Sue at the shop just beyond the large anchor at the entrance to Mapache Las Palmas.  Or email her at fisherwienbergconsignment@yahoo.com.

–Kent Carthey
kcarthey@aol.com

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