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Free sandbox sand offered May 7

WORTHINGTON -- Cemstone Concrete Materials, LLC, will offer up to 500 pounds of free, clean sand per truckload for local residents to create or fill sandboxes. Bring your truck or trailer and staff will load it with the free sand between 8 and 11...

WORTHINGTON - Cemstone Concrete Materials, LLC, will offer up to 500 pounds of free, clean sand per truckload for local residents to create or fill sandboxes. Bring your truck or trailer and staff will load it with the free sand between 8 and 11:30 a.m. on May 7.
In Worthington, visit 1000 Sherwood St.; in Windom, stop at 1405 Cottonwood Lake Dr.; or in Jackson, visit 80029 U.S. Highway 71.

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