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July 18, 2014

Church holds yard sale tomorrow

There’s plenty to do this weekend in town, with two local churches offering fun activities.

Four Corners Church will hold a yard sale at its Farm Street locations tomorrow from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Drop by and look for special treasures.

Tomorrow night at 5 p.m., Trinity United Church will hold a spaghetti dinner at its the Parish House, which is across the street from the church and Town Hall. The $8 per person fee includes homemade dessert.

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On Sunday, Aug. 10, the Friends of Seabrook Rail Trail will hold its third annual 5K family-friendly walk-run at Seabrook Elementary School at 256 Walton Road.

The first 100 registered entrants will receive a free T-shirt. Dick’s Sporting Goods is providing gift certificates for the winners of several categories, as well as coupons for all runners. There are other great prizes for a raffle after the race.

The event raises money to benefit the building of a rail trail in town, which will be Seabrook’s section of the New Hampshire Seacoast Greenway.

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Angeljean Chiaramida covers Seabrook for the Daily News. She can be reached at achiaramida@newburyportnews.com or at 978-961-3147.

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