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March 27, 2014 12:00 AM

To help resolve debt, Capital Playhouse's memories put up for sale

Downtown Olympia’s Capital Playhouse opened its doors Wednesday, giving prospective online bidders a chance to preview and inspect about 570 items up for auction. The online auction, which is being hosted by Ehli Auctions in Tacoma, began Saturday and is set to end Thursday evening, Capital Playhouse board president Marcia Tunheim said Wednesday.

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