"We even have a library," he said, waving his hand toward the shelves of books being sold for
There were televisions, computers, sporting equipment, radios and records, even
"Everything you can think of," Gennantonio said.
He would briefly pause to exchange a few words with one or two of the 80 volunteers that included 16 Marines from
"There is still plenty but it is not as crowded as the first day," Woodruff said. "I've already taken a bag of tablecloths to the car. They were just what I was looking for. I couldn't afford to buy them at a regular price."
Woodruff said she attends all of the Knights of
"I got some picture frames, soup bowls -- useful things that are really recyclable," she said. "I get some knickknacks but not too many. I'm getting to an age where I don't want to fill up my house."
Gennantonio popped into one of the two 40-foot containers where people were looking over assorted clothes and shoes on several tables.
"We have tables with anything you want on them," he said before rushing back to his sales station.
"I got a
Soltow was hauling a wire drain used for dishes full of clothes hangers.
"It's wonderful," she said. "They have prices marked to go. They have about everything you are looking for."
"I think everybody has been really happy today," she said. "You can't beat the prices."
Barry said some people came to the yard sale to pick up items cheaply so they could make baskets they then give to organizations and nursing homes.
"This is a good organization," Barry said. "The money goes to help so many people, and it's a win-win situation for people who need something but can't afford to buy it."
The Knights of
All of the items are donated by citizens of
Money generated through the winter yard sale goes to 25 organizations, including African Missions, the
Last year the Knight of
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