Sacred Heart Parish, Clifton Heights, will open the doors to its Thrift Shop on Saturday, June 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The shop is located at 316 East Broadway Avenue in Clifton Heights, Delaware County.
The shop’s five rooms, housed in the former parish convent at Holly and Berkley Avenues, are stocked with household items, furniture, linens, dishes and glassware, jewelry, children’s toys and games, tools, garden items and medical equipment. New to the Thrift Shop is a collection of vinyl records and audio books. There is also a bake sale, plus hot dogs and soda for purchase.
This on-going event takes place every three to four months, and all sales benefit the parish ministries.
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