CSA Community Yard Sale

Get ready for a little spring cleaning and some bargain shopping, all for a good cause! CSA Youth is collecting items and holding a community yard sale on Sunday, May 20, 2018 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at the New Providence Community Pool parking lot. The CSA Youth Community Yard Sale will be held rain or shine.

Members of the community can drop off items at the pool parking lot from 9- 10am on Sunday, May 20. At 11:00am, the sale will be open to the public, and all are welcome to come by and shop for some great deals!

All donated items must be in good working order and can include: household goods, small appliances, books, CDs and DVDs, toys, bikes, jewelry, electronics, sporting goods, and small furniture. The CSA Youth volunteers respectfully ask that you do not bring any large televisions.

CSA Youth works in conjunction with the Community Service Association of New Providence to actively engage New Providence high school students in giving back by volunteering for community service projects. These acts directly impact and provide assistance to needy members of the community.

All proceeds from the yard sale will benefit CSA Youth. For more information,  visit http://www.csanewprovidence.org/csa-youth or email csanewprovidence@gmail.com.

 

Contact Information
  1. CSA_Youth
  2. 908-666-2489
  3. csa_youth@csanewprovidence.org
Sun, May 20
11:00 am — 3:00 pm
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Get ready for a little spring cleaning and some bargain shopping, all for a good cause! CSA Youth is collecting items and holding a community yard sale on Sunday, May 20, 2018 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at the New Providence Community Pool parking lot. The CSA Youth Community Yard Sale will be held rain or shine.

Members of the community can drop off items at the pool parking lot from 9- 10am on ...

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