VHS Town Wide Garage Sale

Verona Residents Needed! The VHS Student Council is hosting its much anticipated Town Wide Garage Sale on Saturday May 20 (rain date May 21). Please email Jonathan Thai (jthai@veronaschools.org) or Patrick Bresnan (pbresnan@veronaschools.org) if interested in participating. We will email you a registration form. Please pay by cash or by check made payable to “Verona High School” in the amount of $25. (No additional fee needs to be paid to the town for a permit).

Garage sales are an excellent example of Reuse at its best, which is why the Town Wide Garage Sale is being held the same day as the Verona Green Fair, which runs from 11am-4pm in the Verona Civic Center! We are hoping this will bring a lot more people to town and increase sales! A digital map with locations and items will be available at www.veronaschools.org and www.veronanj.org, so you can keep track during the registration process.

Sign-up ends Monday May 15. You can drop off registration forms and money in the high school or mail in your payments.

Mail payments to:
Verona High School
Attn: Jonathan Thai- Town Wide Garage Sale
151 Fairview Avenue
Verona, NJ 07044

Contact Information
  1. Jonathan Thai
  2. (973) 571-2029
  3. jthai@veronaschools.org
Sat, May 20
8:00 am — 6:00 pm
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Verona Residents Needed! The VHS Student Council is hosting its much anticipated Town Wide Garage Sale on Saturday May 20 (rain date May 21). Please email Jonathan Thai (jthai@veronaschools.org) or Patrick Bresnan (pbresnan@veronaschools.org) if interested in participating. We will email you a registration form. Please pay by cash or by check made payable to “Verona High School” in ...

151 Fairview Ave. Verona, NJ 07044

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151 Fairview Ave.
Verona, NJ 07044

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