SAN DIEGO (NEWS) - San Diego’s largest rummage sale, started in 1927. It will be held March 9 and 10 in the Activity Center in Balboa Park. There will be new and gently-used merchandise: antiques, appliances, art, books, clothes and accessories, electronics, furniture, garden, holiday, housewares, jewelry, linens, pet items, sporting goods, toys, and more will be sold to raise money for 14 local charities. More than $150,000 was raised for the community through last year’s sale.
The Thursday Club, a group of volunteers dedicated to educational, cultural and civic community involvement and leadership for more than 95 years in San Diego, has returned well over $2.75 million to the community through club activities. Each year members of the non-profit organization assess community needs to reach as many groups as possible. The goal this year is to raise more than $150,000 to help those in need.
Doors open for the sale at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 9. Everything is half price on Sunday, March 10.
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