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Bookstock Used Book & Media Sale Bookstock Used Book and Media Sale

Bookstock benefits the community by recycling books and provides the community with inexpensive reading pleasure. It also earns funds for literacy programs sponsored by the participating organizations such as NCJW/Greater Detroit.

Call the NCJW/Greater Detroit office at (248) 355-3300 ext.0 for more information or visit the Bookstock website.



 

April 26-May 3 at 

Laurel Park Place Mall

Electronic Sign Up Information

 

NCJW will be sponsoring Wednesday, April 29th from 9:30 am-9:00 pm.  We would love your help and enthusiasm to help make this sale a success.

 

Please visit http://www.bookstock.info/ for more information about the sale, directions to the mall, press releases about projects funded by Sale proceeds.  Please wear a waist or other security pack.  We do not have a place to keep purses secure.


 

REGISTRATION 

Below you will find the site address and easy to follow instructions to volunteer for Wednesday, April 29 during any or all of the shifts.  If you cannot work that day, remember that you can sign up for any shift(s) on any day(s) and still donate your volunteer hours to your specific organization.

 

TO REGISTER DIRECTLY:


 

 www.SignUpGenius.Com/go/10C0849A5AB2AA1F58-sale1 

 

Find the shift you want to work and click the red "Sign Up" rectangle.

 

If you want to work more than one shift, then repeat the above step-you can select more than one "Sign Up" at a time.

 

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Submit and Sign Up" in the tan rectangle.

Fill out the form on the next page that pops up.

 

The required fields are First Name, Last Name, Email, re-enter Email and Phone number.  In the drop down box next to the phone number, please select type of phone number-mobile preferred.

 

Scroll to bottom and click the "SIGN UP NOW" in the red rectangle. Without doing this, the registration is NOT complete.

 

The sign up is a secure link.

 

Chairs: Deede Auster (deedea2@gmail.com)

Charleene Green

Sue Rolinger

Fran Stern

Bonnie Tucker

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