(HIGHLAND, IL) – HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Highland’s Auxiliary is hosting a Used Book Sale on Thursday, November 7 through Saturday, November 9 in the Ungacta Conference Center located at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Highland at 12866 Troxler Avenue. The times for each day’s sale are:

  • -   Thursday, November 7 – 1 to 4 p.m.

  • -   Friday, November 8 – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • -   Saturday, November 9 – 9 a.m. to noon

With free admission, St. Joseph’s Hospital Auxiliary offers you the opportunity to build your book inventory from recently released and long-ago published books. Novels in their second lives are every bit as fun to read as novels in their first, and cost less, too!
Among books for sale are recent releases in hardcover and an impressive selection of mysteries, cookbooks, crafts, non-fiction, children’s books and more. Also for sale will be puzzles, videos, DVD’s and CDs.
The St. Joseph’s Hospital Auxiliary is also accepting used book donations. Used book donations are accepted Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the hospital’s Gift Shop.
The St. Joseph’s Hospital Auxiliary has been fortunate to have the support from residents of local communities who donate their used books for the Auxiliary’s Used Book Sale. This is a very successful fundraiser for the Auxiliary and all used book donations are appreciated. For more information, please call 651-2592. All proceeds from the Auxiliary go directly to St. Joseph’s Hospital Highland.
For more information about the Auxiliary and membership, call Jan Korte-Couch, volunteer coordinator, at -   .

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HSHS Illinois
Office: (618) 526-5439

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