Annual yard sale will have something for everyone
May 15, 2012
The most unusual sale item so far: A lighthouse toilet tissue holder, available for $2.
Among the items for sale at the annual Church of the Eternal Hills yard sale: a Singer sewing machine capable of sewing leather; never-been-used steamer and lobster pot; and sets of dishes.
Located downstairs of the church in the Tabernash area are the larger items such as furniture, baby items, aquariums, grills, and even a drum and guitar. Typical yard sale items include holiday decorations, linens, hats, scarves, DVDs, books, and clothing.
“We have more racks to hang clothes this year,” said Carol Schroer, who has been volunteering for this event for decades. And the racks are filling up with shirts, sweaters, coats, and jackets.
She and church volunteers have been working long hours for the last two weeks sorting and arranging items that have been dropped off at the church.
The money raised during the sale is donated to Habitat for Humanity in Grand County and church outreach programs for the preschool and youth mission.
The last day to drop off items is 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 16.
There will be a Spanish interpreter available during the sale. Payment is by cash or check only. At the end of the sale, organizers invite local nonprofits to take anything that is not sold. Leftover items will be donated to Good Will.
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