St. Francis de Sales School in Aston will host its annual clothing consignment sale Friday and Saturday, April 17-18. Items for re-sale will include gently used children’s and maternity clothing as well as shoes, equipment, baby furniture, nursery and maternity items, books, videos, toys and sports gear.
On Friday the sale runs 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. On Saturday items are half-price, and the day runs 9 a.m.-12 noon.
The sale will take place at the St. Francis de Sales School Field House at 39 New Road in Aston.
Consigners are still welcome. The children’s clothing sale is a great way to clean out your no-longer needed items and earn money at the same time. This is a 50/50 profit sharing event with proceeds going to the school. Consigners get early shopping privileges.
For more information contact Elaine McKay at 610-459-0314 or email@example.com
Proceeds from the sale support St. Francis de Sales Parish School. To benefit the community, items not sold will be donated to a local mission.
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