Donation-only yard sale to benefit Brinnon Food Bank

Pay what you want within reason

BRINNON — Pay what you want within reason at this weekend’s third annual donation-only yard sale, which will benefit the Brinnon Food Bank.

The yard sale, overseen by Brinnon Food Bank volunteer Kate Sullivan, is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at 30 Bayview Ave., in Olympic Canal Tracts in Brinnon.

Items for sale include a large variety of household goods, such as bedding — including multiple full sets of Queen-sized sheets — as well as clothing, books and other wares, Sullivan said.

There are no price tags on any of the items and all reasonable offers will be accepted.

All proceeds go to the Brinnon Food Bank, she said.

Sullivan is running a raffle of a donated $150 value shrimp pot valued at $150.

Tickets are $2; those who buy 10 get one free.

The winner will be contacted and announced on the Brinnon Community Page Facebook group at 5 p.m. Sunday, she said.

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