Carmel Valley school to hold Spring Rummage Sale

“Trash To Treasure!” Spring is here, it’s time for chores. We’ve cleaned out our closets, cabinets and drawers. Now our treasures can be yours! Please come to our first ever Spring Rummage Sale at Sycamore Ridge Elementary School located at 5333 Old Carmel Valley Road, San Diego, CA 92130.

The event will take place at the school on Sat., Feb. 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Families from Sycamore Ridge Elementary School have worked hard on their spring cleaning and have donated their goods for sale to benefit the programs at our school. So, come shop the mother of all yard sales for clothes, toys, books, household appliances, kitchen supplies, bedding, sporting goods, electronics, you name it. Coffee and sweets will be available too!
If you have items you’d like to get rid of, you can donate those too. Bring them by the school on Friday, Feb. 11, between 3:30 and 9 p.m. and organizers will take them off your hands. All items remaining after the sale will be donated to Good Will.

Organizers will also collect your used electronic equipment such as cell phones & PDA, laser and inkjet cartridges, laptops, iPods, video games & consoles, digital cameras, DVDs, GPS devices and calculators for recycling through the Cartridges for Kids project. Funds earned through recycling will also directly benefit our school.

Please feel free to contact Trisha Klimisch with any questions at

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