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2013 Is another chance to offer something collecting dust to someone who needs it.

The Upshur County West Virginia Freecycle™ group is open to all who want to "recycle" that special something rather than throw it away. Whether it's a chair, a fax machine, piano or an old door, feel free to post it. Or maybe you're looking to acquire something yourself! Nonprofit groups are also welcome to participate too!

One main rule: everything posted must be free. This group is part of The Freecycle Network, a nonprofit organization and a movement of people interested in keeping good stuff out of landfills. Check out freecycle.org for other cities and info on the movement! E-mail
FreecycleUpshurCountyWV@yahoogroups.com for questions or improvement ideas!

Serving Upshur County and Surrounding Rural Areas!

And have fun and jump right in!

DISCLAIMER: FREECYCLE NETWORK MEMBERS USE THE LIST AT THEIR OWN RISK. Please take reasonable measures to protect your safety and privacy when posting to the list or participating in an exchange. By joining the list, you agree to hold neither the list owners and moderators nor anyone affiliated with Freecycle.org responsible or liable for any circumstance resulting from a Freecycle-related exchange or communication.

This group is moderated when posting make clear "Offer:", "Wanted:", or "Accepted"

A clear discription must be included in the post and location to pick up Freecycled Items.

ONLY FREE ITEMS WILL BE APPROVED FOR LISTING NO BARTER OR SALES. ANYONE VIOLATING THE LISTING TERMS WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE GROUP.

Group Information

  • 10
  • West Virginia
  • Sep 19, 2012
  • English

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  • This is a restricted group.
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