Seniors' benefit sale brings in $18,400

Judy Lange, a senior center board member and volunteer, looks over donated clothes at the benefit sale. The benefit has been extended to run 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Fridays through Sept. 17.

Sequim Senior Activity Center moved its annual benefit sale to Bell Creek Plaza with big results and a new opportunity.

More than $18,400 worth of used goods were sold Aug. 5-6 and in pre-sale events.


Volunteer Bill Blank tries out a donated treadmill to make sure people are getting their money’s worth at the Sequim Senior Activity Center’s benefit sale. The sale has been extended to run 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Fridays through Sept. 17. Photo courtesy of Michael Smith

Michael Smith, center executive director, said the building owners are allowing them to continue using the space near QFC.

The sale will continue from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Fridays through Sept. 17 in suites E 104 and 105 at 990 E. Washington St.

Smith said there are thousands of items still at the sale, which is the center's biggest fundraiser each year. Funds raised go to general operations and 10 percent goes for scholarships for Sequim High School graduates.

"We're trying to get over $20,000 so scholarships can be in line with last year's total," Smith said.

A few new items have been added to the sale but no more donations are being accepted.

The Sequim Senior Activity Center is at 921 E. Hammond St. and can be reached at 683-6806.

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