When the Ramtha School of Enlightenment (RSE) was first established in Yelm in 1988, Mail Unlimited (MU) was opened in its present location by a woman making services available for the people moving here to be students. She received their mail and established a phone service.
In 1995, she sold Mail Unlimited to Fran White, who renamed this store Lemuria and has carried on the tradition of MU, expanding by doubling the floor space to include books, gifts, clothing and other services such as FedEx, UPS, photocopy machines, and interesting videos for rent. Lemuria is also a great place to drop off a letter or package for patrons for a very small fee to be held for pick-up.
Ms. White has also been the first to support the crafts of RSE students.
Customers can walk into this enchanted shop to find students’ books, artwork, soaps, jewelry, candles, clothing plus other goods too numerous to list. When you are in Yelm, visit this magical Lemuria and say hello to Fran White and Yienan Song, her customer services representative. If you can’t find what you want, they will be most happy to assist you in fulfilling your requests.
This is one of Yelm’s treasures. Lemuria is located on 1st Ave. across from the Yelm City Park.
Call 458-2699 for a list of weekly artisans.
Coming, Saturday, December 9th:
11am-1pm Myra K. Hansen – Author of GRANDMA’S GOD
1pm-3pm Marilee Wallace – Wool spinning sheppardess
3pm-5pm Amber R. Wiltsie – Author of RAMTHA AND ME
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