• April 12, 2019 | 7 A.M.

    Plymouth Youth Garage Sale

    Waveland Hall, Gym and Lower Level Parking

    The annual Plymouth garage sale will be Friday, Apr. 12 and Saturday, Apr. 13. We will accept gently used household items, clothing and furniture beginning Sunday, Apr. 7 through Wednesday, Apr. 10 (Sun. 12-5 p.m., Mon. 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Tues. 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Wed. 8 a.m.-6 p.m.). Pick up will be available for large items on Apr. 6 & 7 by appointment. Please contact Jim Green at 312.480.9270 or jrgsoccerwest@mail.com by noon on Apr. 7 to schedule a pickup time. Charitable contribution receipts will be available for donations. All proceeds from the sale go towards the Matins Choir Tour and youth outreach opportunities.

    Volunteer Sign Up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0849a4ad22a4fd0-plymouth1

    Items NOT accepted as donations:

    • Air conditioners/car batteries
    • Oil & air filters/tires & rims
    • Bricks, lumber, windows, siding, doors
    • Paint, lacquers, thinners
    • Children’s car seats/Diaper Genies/potty chairs
    • Car/motorcycle seats
    • Carpet/padding (we do take area rugs)
    • Cleaning supplies (industrial/household), soaps, bleaches, repellants
    • Coil springs/waterbeds
    • Console radios/tube TVs
    • Major appliances/microwave ovens
    • Damaged, soiled or broken furniture
    • Free-standing pools
    • Travis rods/curtain rods/used Venetian blinds
    • ANY non-working item


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