VALDOSTA – The Valdosta Junior Service League’s Fifth Annual Tossed & Found Thrift Sale will be held 7 a.m.-noon, March 5, Mathis Municipal Auditorium, 2300 N. Ashley St.
Shoppers can expect to find a wide assortment of furniture, home accessories, toys, electronics, sporting goods, and much more, according to organizers.
“We are looking forward to another great sale,” said Marriott Miller, Tossed & Found chairman. “We have been collecting items all year and are very excited about our selection.”
From 7-10:45 a.m., admission is $3. Starting at 11 a.m., admission is free, all items are 50 percent off, and there will be a $5 Stuff-A-Sack sale.
For the Stuff-A-Sack sale, shoppers can purchase a reusable shopping tote for $5, and any items that fit in the tote are theirs for no extra cost. Doors will close between 10:45-11 a.m. to prepare for the half-off and Stuff-A-Sack sales.
Tossed & Found is cash-only.
Proceeds from the sale fund the Valdosta Junior Service League’s community-based programs.
“We work hard to make a difference locally,” Miller said. “Through Tossed & Found, we try to serve the community in two ways. First, by making quality used goods available to the community at low prices, and, second, by raising money through those sales to support local non-profit organizations,” Miller said.
Tossed & Found is presented by South Georgia Sealcoating and Striping. Other sponsors include Ace Electric, The Citizens Bank, First State Bank & Trust, Henderson & Godbee, Langdale Vallotton, Radiology Associates of Valdosta, Reames Concrete Company, and Zaxby’s. In-kind donations have been provided by 84-West Self Storage and Crenshaw Moving Company.
More information: Visit www.facebook.com/VJSLThriftSale.