Two CCSF classes saved by flea market

The City College of San Francisco’s flea market over the weekend saved two spring semester classes among hundreds that were scathed by budget woes.

The market attracted dozens of vendors and many items were donated for the school to sell, CCSF spokeswoman Martha Lucey said.
There’s no telling if it will happen again, but Lucey speculated that students could take over the operation and make it a regular fundraiser.

She also didn’t know which two classes of about 500 were saved — each class carrying about a $6,000 price tag.
“But, hey, a class could be 40 students,” she said.

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