Oyama Traditional School yard sale

Funding will be used for an outdoor classroom project.

Bargain hunters are going to have a hey-day on Saturday, April 27 as Oyama Traditional School is having a yard sale at the George Elliot Secondary School parking lot.

“We have chosen the project of an outdoor classroom as a fundraising target and we are working hard to get all the money in place,” said PAC chair Patty Wellborn.

School families have been bringing their lightly-used items to the school and everything will be marked for some great sale prices.

There will be some amazing raffle prizes with tickets going for $5 each, or three for $10. Total prize value is $515. The draw will take place at 2:30 p.m.

Yard sale takes place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday at the GESS parking lot, 10241 Bottom Lake Rd. There will be a concession and people are encouraged to support Oyama Traditional School.

 

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