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School Plans Surplus Sale

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A Bozeman school that recently benefited from community donations is now holding a surplus sale that will give back a portion of its proceeds.

Heritage Christian School's gymnasium was damaged by arson in 2012. The building was so damaged, last year's classes has to be moved.

Students are now back in the original building and the school will hold a surplus sale Thursday and Friday. Items were donated from the community and ten percent of proceeds will go to the cancer support community.

The school will also hold a benefit barn dance on November 8 at Copper Spring Ranch.

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