SELKIRK — The Bethlehem Grange #137 Huge Rummage Sale originally set to take place today and tomorrow, has been postponed one week due to a scheduling conflict.
The sale will still be held on two consecutive Fridays, now June 8 and June 15, and two consecutive Saturdays, now June 9 and June 16. The sale will be conducted both inside and outside of its facility located at 24 Bridge St. (NY Rte. 396 west) in Selkirk. The sale will be open to shoppers from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Proceeds from the sale will fund the continuing revitalization of the Grange’s historic building, which is listed on the National Historic Register.
The Grange is still accepting either item or monetary donations to help make its upcoming Huge Rummage Sale a success.
Community members clearing clutter from their homes this spring are encouraged to contribute the following gently used items to the Grange for use in the sale: tools, toys, small furniture, unique items, collectibles, antiques, housewares, dishes, glassware, craft items, kitchen items, household items, linens, fabric, yarn, music items, vinyl records, books, jewelry, china, Christmas items, decorative items and more. Please note that clothing items must be in excellent condition in order to be accepted for the sale, and that televisions, computers and tires will not be accepted at all.
Any and all donations are greatly appreciated. Please call one of the following Grange members to coordinate delivery of your donation to the sale site:
Carol Carpenter: (518) 438-8862 (home) or (518) 421-1384 (cell), Vern Starr: (518) 567-4294, Caroline Wirth: (518) 424-4953 or Jo Downey (518) 767-2985.