School Says Everything Must Go

July 22, 2010 Updated Nov 5, 2006 at 7:21 PM EDT

An old school in Johnson City says everything must go, and it's your chance to get a bargain.

Desks, computers, stoves and more are up for sale at the old Harry L. Johnson School.

These items were left over when the school closed, now they must all be sold.

Dozens of people walked through the school today, looking for a great buy.

The district says it has to move out of the building by Christmas, and the items will go to waste if they're not sold by then.

"If it doesn't sell, it's going to end up going to either the dump or the scrap heap and some of it is still pretty decent. So we'd like to see it get used somehow," said John Mauro, Johnson City Schools Business Manager.

If you didn't get a chance to get to this surplus sale, you can still buy these items from the school district.

Just contact the district business and operations office at 763-1225.

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