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NARCA plans swap meet for radio-control enthusiasts on March 22

Visitors browse the 2013 Swap Meet for the North Alabama Radio Control Association (NARCA). (CONTRIBUTED)
Visitors browse the 2013 Swap Meet for the North Alabama Radio Control Association (NARCA). (CONTRIBUTED)

HARVEST – The North Alabama Radio Control Association (NARCA) will conduct its annual swap meet on March 22.

“We will have more than 80 tables of model airplanes and radio control items for swap, sale and giveaways,” publicist Cliff Lanham said. “As in the past, we will have vendors at this meet for new items related to radio control needs.”

This swap meet will be held at Pineview Baptist Church, 5614 Hwy. 53 in Harvest. “The church is just north of Huntsville on Hwy. 53,” Lanham said.

Individuals who want a table to sell items can call Ernie Duffey at 256-714-3176.

For more information about NARCA, call Lanham at 256-325-3775 or email to clanham@knology.net.

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