Children’s resale offers bargains on children’s clothing, toys and more

By on September 16, 2009

NORTH AURORA—Looking for a way to save money on your children’s clothing this fall? Check out the Tri-Cities Mothers of Twins and Triplets Club fall resale on Sept. 19.

The resale features gently used fall clothing for boys and girls (sizes infant through preteen). Other gently used items for sale include shoes, boots, winter coats, holiday outfits, dress-up, toys, videos, outdoor equipment strollers, baby furniture, maternity clothing, books and other items for babies or children. Beverages and home baked goods will be available for purchase at the sale as well.

The resale is a great way to find bargains on gently used children’s items and typically attracts hundreds of shoppers. It also provides a way for club members to sell some of the items their children no longer use or have outgrown.

The sale is open to the public and runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sept. 19 at the Mooseheart Fieldhouse, located on Route 31 and Mooseheart Road between Batavia and North Aurora. Admission to the sale is $1 and items with yellow tickets will sell for half price from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Shoppers are encouraged to come early and bring laundry baskets for their shopping convenience. No backpacks, bags or closed containers are permitted at the sale.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale is given back to the club to cover club expenses and, in part, to support club events such as a breakfast with Santa and a summer picnic. Money also has been donated to various groups, including a homeless shelter, or to aid families in need.

For additional information about the club or the fall resale, please visit the club’s website at www.tcmottc.org or call (630) 375-7511.

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