What started as a group of moms swapping clothing for children has now become a semi-annual event to help raise money for charity.
Saturday over 100 merchants and residents will be selling their slightly used goods for not only a profit, but also to raise money for the Salvation Army in the Ozark Civic Center.
Five percent of all sales will be earmarked for tornado relief.
Coordinator Patty Fenn says, “We have a lot of women that work hard to screen items that come through. They are all top quality. There are no tears, stains, ripped items. They are all marked and tagged a certain way and they are almost as good as you can get off the racks at any department store.”
The sale will run from 8 am to 12 pm then from 12:30 pm to 2 pm tomorrow.
There is a one dollar admission for adults.
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