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Bagged COAL Available: Kentucky


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Default Bagged COAL Available: Kentucky

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I have several 50lb bags of blacksmith coal available for sale. $15 per bag. Coal is Pocahontas Coal.

Pick up in Somerset, KY or Louisville, KY.

606-379-6590
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Default Re: Bagged COAL Available: Kentucky

Go to www.abana.org.
Click the "affiliate" link and find the list of affiliates (chapters or clubs). Find the one closest to you and either write to their webmaster or contact any of the officers to tell them what you have.

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