Omega Nu's Annual Upscale Rummage Sale02/09/2013
Hours: 8:30am - 12:30pm
Location: John Muir Building, Mother Lode Fairgrounds
Friday, Feb. 8th, the doors are open from 5:30pm - 8:00pm. Admission is $15.00 This includes a Silent Auction, Collectibles, Complimentary Refreshments, and an Advance Sale of ALL items.
This year we have a great selection of household furniture, as well as Men's and Women's Clothes from size S - 3X.
Saturday, Feb.9th, the doors are open from 8:30am - 12:30pm. Admission is FREE. Rummage Sale only.
Items for sale include housewares; new clothing and shoes donated by local merchants; linens; jewelry; books; children's clothing and toys - and much more!
The Alpha Iota Chapter of Omega Nu's mission is to focus on helping women and children in need in our county, as well as our senior citizens. Over 90% of monies raised is given back to our community in charitable donations. These donations are made to a wide variety of programs, projects, community groups and individuals, including but not limited to Smilekeepers, ATCAA, Center for a Nonviolent Community, as well as scholarship awards to graduating High School seniors and Columbia College students. This past Christmas, Omega Nu purchased coats, shoes and other clothing for over fifty schhol-age children. Omega Nu also offers one-time grants for local groups and individuals in need.
Alpha Iota Chapter usually has two major fundraising events each year. This has allowed the group to donate in excess of $300,000 to the community since our founding in 1939, and more than $200,000 has been donated since 1999.
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