Sept. 25th, 26th and 27th
Friday, Sept. 25th: Pre-sale $5.00 early admission 5pm-7pm
Saturday, Sept. 26th: 9am-2pm
Sunday, Sept. 27th: $5.00 bag sale 12pm-2pm
This is one of our only fundraisers we can do this year due to the Pandemic. It will be outside under tents with all precautions being taken to socially distance, wear PPE to keep all safe. You will be required to wear a mask and there will be a limit of people allowed in the tents at one time. If anyone refuses to comply, we can refuse you service or ask you to leave.
Currently we are collecting your gently used items. Please call the center to arrange drop off. Unfortunately we are unable at this time to pick up items. All items will be a non-contact drop. We are in need of furniture items, household items and any vintage items you are willing to donate.
We can not take mattresses, bed pillows, older electronics (pre-2018), chemicals, used writing implements or office supplies, shoes or exercise equipment. If you are not sure, please call (315-637-9025) and leave a message on the centers machine. We will answer your questions as quickly as possible.
We are in need of volunteers to help set up on the Wed. and Thursday, Sept. 23 & 24, to help set up, organize and arrange tables. It is imperative we have enough people to make this an easy and stressless process. We also need people to help work the sale. Whether it is to help direct people, hand out masks or sell items, we need you. Please call Janet at 315-637-9025 to inquire about helping.
This rummage sale needs to be one of our best yet. With the unstable economy and donations down, it is vital to do well in order to support the senior center.
FSC receives some funding from the Village of Fayetteville, but we must raise the balance from a combination of membership dues, donations, and fundraising activities.
One of our biggest fundraising efforts is the Annual Appeal. Won't you please support us in reaching our goal of $30,000 ? Your kind donations help make it possible for us to continue to provide worthwhile programming for our ever increasing elder population, and will have a positive impact on our community.
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In 1979, village resident Doris Baldwin conceived the notion of a seasonal tree illumination with blue bulbs to represent the hue of the forget-me-not flower. Each bulb represents the memory of a chaerished loved one. Through the years, due to the efforts of many, this tradition has become an important fundraiser for the Fayetteville Senior Center. The evergreen next to the Fayetteville Fire Station will be illuminated in stages as donations and memories grow throughout the holiday season.
The Wortley Foundation continues to sponsor the star that adorns the top of the tree, and we are dedicating this year's tree to all those members that have passed away, including our founding members of the Memory Tree fundraising campaign.
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