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Tsukuba International School Foreign Buyers Club Order

Author: Author unknown, Issue: March 1998, Topic: Shopping

Save up your food orders for the Spring Order of the Tsukuba International School. Ten percent of the cost of all of the food items ordered go into the general fund of the school, and so the more you order, the more food you can enjoy while at the same time helping the school. New Foreign Buyer's Club catalogs are available beforehand or at the order session, which begins at 4 pm on Sunday afternoon at the Tsukuba Christian Center (near Daiei).

As most items need to be ordered by the case (and even those that can be ordered in small quantities are cheaper by the case), having a group order together allows people to share cases of items they don't need that much of. If, however, you cannot make the order session, you can still participate by bringing your order to Tim Boyle by the following Tuesday. The order is scheduled to arrive on Monday morning, April 27 and can be picked up at the Center.

For further information, call Tim at 55-1907.

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