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“PTA Thrift Shop cuts ribbon on redeveloped complex Chapel Hill News The PTA Thrift Shop has two resale stores in Chapel Hill and Carrboro that sell a range of donated goods and treasures from clothing to furniture.”
“Charlotte Observer Davis campaign donates $8250 to local PTAs Charlotte Observer Eric Davis, who's seeking re-election to the District 5 seat on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board, donated $8,250 from his campaign to 24 PTAs in his district,...”
“Tacoma PTA treasurer accused of embezzling money TheNewsTribune.com Prosecutors contend Thompson used a variety of means to embezzle funds, including writing checks from the PTA's accounts to pay her rent, pocketing cash from fundraising events...”
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