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RUMMAGE SALE

We are in need of good household items. We need furniture, working appliances, office items, toys, jewelry, flower arrangements, ornaments, home decor, pictures, wall hangings, sporting equipment, hunting and fishing items, garden things, outside furniture that is not broken or torn, tools and garden tools are always welcome and sell well. Towels, and linens that are in good condition. Kitchen gadgets, china, crystal, dishes, and holiday ornaments too.

Please no old electronics, no computers, no clothes or shoes, no mattresses. Please ensure all donations are unbroken and clean. Tax receipts are available upon request.

Donations can be brought to the storage units located next to baseball fields on Saturday, September 4, 10am - 12noon.

Beginning Sunday, September 12, each Sunday after morning Masses from 9am to 12noon

PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ITEMS UNLESS AN ATTENDANT IS PRESENT.

LIVE AUCTION

We need your help!!! We are looking for exciting items for the live auction. Fishing and Hunting Trips, weekend getaways, homemade knives, guns, chainsaws, quilts....The list goes on and on, but these are just a few items we've had in the past. Maybe you've seen something at an auction and thought wow, what a great idea. We are relying on your generosity and ideas to make this the best live auction we've ever had!

BAKE SHOP

The Bake Shop Booth needs your help with donations of both goodies and your time. We depend on your generosity! Baked goods may be dropped off at the Bake Shop Booth across from St. John Hall from 7am to 3pm on the day of the festival. If you can volunteer your time to serve in the booth, please contact Michele at michele.anderson2010@yahoo.com

THE FESTIVAL PLANT BOOTH

The plant booth returns to the festival! Finally, the plant booth returns to the festival! Altar Society is asking all gardeners, green thumb enthusiasts, to share their bounty. Divide those indoor and outdoor plants, propagate now, and in one month they will be ready for sale. All varieties needed, nothing is too small or too large - aloe, ivy, Katie petunias, pentas, fig tree cutting etc., include seeds in labeled envelopes, create a hanging basket. Drop off at our “Under the Tree” location on Oct. 10th or contact Carol Smith, carol2013@gvtc.com 210-275-0254

RUMMAGE SALE

We are in need of good household items. We need furniture, working appliances, office items, toys, jewelry, flower arrangements, ornaments, home decor, pictures, wall hangings, sporting equipment, hunting and fishing items, garden things, outside furniture that is not broken or torn, tools and garden tools are always welcome and sell well. Towels, and linens that are in good condition. Kitchen gadgets, china, crystal, dishes, and holiday ornaments too.

Please no old electronics, no computers, no clothes or shoes, no mattresses. Please ensure all donations are unbroken and clean. Tax receipts are available upon request.

Donations can be brought to the storage units located next to baseball fields on Saturday, September 4, 10am - 12noon.

Beginning Sunday, September 12, each Sunday after morning Masses from 9am to 12noon

PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ITEMS UNLESS AN ATTENDANT IS PRESENT.

LIVE AUCTION

We need your help!!! We are looking for exciting items for the live auction. Fishing and Hunting Trips, weekend getaways, homemade knives, guns, chainsaws, quilts....The list goes on and on, but these are just a few items we've had in the past. Maybe you've seen something at an auction and thought wow, what a great idea. We are relying on your generosity and ideas to make this the best live auction we've ever had!

BAKE SHOP

The Bake Shop Booth needs your help with donations of both goodies and your time. We depend on your generosity! Baked goods may be dropped off at the Bake Shop Booth across from St. John Hall from 7am to 3pm on the day of the festival. If you can volunteer your time to serve in the booth, please contact Michele at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

THE FESTIVAL PLANT BOOTH

The plant booth returns to the festival! Finally, the plant booth returns to the festival! Altar Society is asking all gardeners, green thumb enthusiasts, to share their bounty. Divide those indoor and outdoor plants, propagate now, and in one month they will be ready for sale. All varieties needed, nothing is too small or too large - aloe, ivy, Katie petunias, pentas, fig tree cutting etc., include seeds in labeled envelopes, create a hanging basket. Drop off at our “Under the Tree” location on Oct. 10th or contact Carol Smith, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 210-275-0254