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Bradley Gardens School Holding Annual $1-2-3 and Up Toy Sale and Bargain Bicycle Sale

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bradley Gardens School PTO will hold its annual $1-2-3 and Up Toy Sale and Bargain Bicycle Sale on Dec. 7 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the school at 148 Pine Street.   

Expect to find good quality, gently-used toys, games, puzzles, dolls, baby toys and more neatly displayed on tables that are organized by categories. Expect to find most toys between $1 and $3, with most items under $10.  Bicycles are $10 and up. 

The $1-2-3 sale helps the community recycle useful items, assists families in a tough economy and raises money for the school.  The PTO keeps the prices low to make toys affordable to all. Bargains are everywhere at the sale. Many people donate toys that are in perfect condition. New items have been donated at every sale.

The school’s PTO runs the sale to help the community and raise funds for the school.

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