Priest River Pickers Day gets rained out

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(Photo by JUDD WILSON) Yard sales popped up like springtime dandelions across Bonner County May 6.

PRIEST RIVER — Pickers Day this year fell on a cold, rainy day and its participants felt the effects May 6. One roadside yard sale was “dead,” said its organizer, Janice. Downtown, Judy Senkler said sales were “not as good as last year” thanks to the rain which fell until around 11 a.m. However, Anne Sweetman of the Priest River Chamber of Commerce reported that eight vendors turned up on Main Street despite the wet, windy weather and that the chamber sold a lot of stuff, including a few big ticket items.

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