This will probably be the nicest rummage sale you will ever visit. For the best of details, I have included some info from the JLW site:
The Junior League of Washington’s largest annual spring fundraiser is a three-day sale offering bargain shoppers quality pre-owned house wares, fashions, books, sporting goods, electronics, and furniture. Tens of thousands of items—including, but not limited to: furniture, electronics, clothing, books and kitchen wares. All items are available at amazing discounts. All goods sold at Tossed and Found are donated by the generous members, friends, and community partners of the Junior League of Washington, and all proceeds benefit the Junior League’s targeted grants and community programs.
We Are Staying GREEN! For a third year, the sale that recycles used goods back into the community now recycles items used to make the sale happen. In 2010, We recycled 35 pallets of cardboard, 18 bags of paper, 15 bags of plastic, aluminum and glass and 8 bags of plastic bags. We also donated 57 bags of clothes and other items to Goodwill. It’s a fitting effort for a sale that recycles quality goods into the community by collecting donated items and selling them at deep discounts.
Junior League, how did you know that staying green is my favorite thing ever? You done good, keep it up.
If you attend the sale this weekend, please do report back with what you found.