I would think that some community reference place - or even the San Francisco Public Library (or some hospitable junior/community college) would be a moreNov 23, 2011 1 of 2View SourceI would think that some community reference place - or even the San Francisco Public Library (or some hospitable junior/community college) would be a more astute venue for hosting the collection of such books.
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Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 22:10:27 -0800
Subject: [SFLivingFoods] Sale of books and equipment of SF LIFE
In looking at the historical use of the library that has existed since the 70's, the SF LIFE members have come to a consensus that it is time to disseminate the books and equipment and not to maintain it. The library has had minimal use by the group at large and currently we will not have a home nor a librarian to process the loan of any items. We will be having a sale on Sunday at Dorleen's garage at 11:30 to 3:30. Those who may have interest in health, vegetarian, vegan, and/or the raw living foods lifestyle, come, browse, appreciate many of the good finds available. There are steel wheatgrass juicers, juice extractors, a water distiller, etc. These items will have set prices. Books, tapes, DVDs, CDs, etc. will be negotiable. Definitely all will be discounted. The goal is to share the wealth that has been collected over the decades and pass it onto the community and to recoup some funds back into SF LIFE. Thank you. Hope to meet you there.Janie Wong662 29th Avenue/ Balboa.San Francisco, CA