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February 23, 2014

Tossed & Found Thrift Sale benefits charities

VALDOSTA — The Valdosta Junior Service League’s 3rd Annual Tossed & Found Thrift Sale will be held Saturday, March 1, 2014  from 7 a.m.- 1 p.m. at Mathis Municipal Auditorium located at 2300 North Ashley St.

Shoppers can expect to find a great selection of clothing, furniture, home accessories, toys, electronics, sporting goods and much more. “We are looking forward to another great sale,” said Jennifer Denham, Tossed & Found chair. “Our goal is to offer quality, gently used goods at bargain prices and I think shoppers are going to be pleased with the selection.”

From 7-11a.m., admission is $3. Starting at 11:30 a.m., admission is just $1, all items are 50 percent off, and there will be a $5 sack sale. Doors will close between 11-11:30 a.m. to prepare for the half-off and sack sales. Tossed & Found is cash only and volunteers will be on hand to assist shoppers with loading large items.

All proceeds from the sale are used to fund the Valdosta Junior Service League’s community-based programs. “We work to make a difference locally and we know that demand is high on our non-profit and charity organizations,” Denham said. “Through the sale, we hope to raise funds to lighten the load on our local non-profits and help them boost their operations.”

Tossed & Found sponsors include Steel’s Jewelry, Pfizer, CJB Industries, Inc., South Georgia Eye Partners, Only Options, First State Bank & Trust, Reinhardt, Whitley, Summerlin & Pittman, P.C., Reames Concrete, Prince Automotive Group, Guardian Bank , Heritage Bank of the South. Radiology Associates of Valdosta, South GA Sealcoating & Striping, LLC, South Georgia Pediatric Dentistry, Southern OB-GYN, Sports Clips, Tillman Insurance Agency, Valdosta Insurance Services, Inc.,  Zaxby's, Valdosta Mall & 84 West Storage.

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