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Silco Theater and MainStreet sell old chairs

Did you get your theater seating at bargain prices before the end of the sale today at 4 p.m. at the Silco Theater?

There were plenty of other items on sale, too, such as a wood desk, directors' chairs, storage items, and a bread maker. 

At left are a row of five chairs that had been sold. 

Below that are Whitmarsh and Board Member Frank Ferrara in the front row "watching a movie." Could it have been a scary one?

Below is a photo of Lucy Whitmarsh, Silver City MainStreet Board president, holding a sign of the bargain price per chair.












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