23rd Annual Yard Sale – We Raised $7,630!
We need to give a very special thanks to Jan Raffaele, our wonderful Volunteer Yard Sale Coordinator, all the delightful volunteers who helped with the event, and also thank you to J.McLaughlin for donating 200 gorgeous tote bags for all of our guests (very generous!).
Last but not least, thank you to Executive Director Carolyn Carey of the Harwich Community Center for hosting us once again this year and for all of her help with the sale.
Thank you Leo Seletsky for the AWESOME photos.
See you again next year!
PAST EVENT DETAILS:
Date: June 10, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM EST – 1:00 PM EST
Location: Harwich Community Center, 100 Oak Street Harwich MA
TO DONATE: Bring your USABLE, CLEAN and PRICED items to the Harwich Community Center on Friday June 9, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM. We can accept: home decor, housewares, tools, sports equipment, small working appliances, lamps, art & frames, light-weight furniture, jewelry, and modern books. We are sorry, we cannot accept: TV’s; computers or computer monitors; non-working, large and older appliances; Christmas items; clothing; heavy furniture; and animal fur or feathers.
TO ATTEND: Just show up on June 10th between 9:oo AM and 1:00 PM at the Harwich Community Center. We’re sure we have treasures just for you!
TO VOLUNTEER: We’re always looking for help. Below are just a few of the possible volunteer opportunities available:
- Help unload boxes from donor’s cars
- Unpack boxes and price items
- Help work the floor the day of the sale
- Pack unsold items on Saturday
If you are interested, please contact our Yard Sale Coordinator, Jan Raffaele at 774-237-0797. This is a really fun event, and we could not do it without our volunteers. Thank you bunches!
All proceeds from the Yard Sale benefit Wild Care.
Other Questions? Call Jan at 774-237-0797.
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