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Thanks to Pettinaro Residential, nationally-noted antiques expert Harry Rinker brought his roadshow to Greenville on Sunday to provide appraisals to Delawareans bearing family heirlooms, garage sale finds and all matter of brick-a-brack they hoped were valuable long-lost treasures.  And in typically generous Pettinaro fashion, all proceeds from tickets to the event went to support three great charities: The Michael J. Fox Foundation, The Limen House, and Faithful Friends Animal Society.


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