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Oak Knoll Rummage Sale 2024

Updated: Jun 10

Be a part of this great tradition at Oak Knoll, whether it’s to donate items, help with the sale, or buy items.  There is something for everyone!  It’s a time of great fun and fellowship helping the community!


All proceeds will help the community around us, donating to: 

  • ICA Foodshelf

  • Oak Knoll Preschool & Child Care

  • Lutheran Social Services


There are many ways you can participate:

  • Save your donations & drop them off (see schedule below)

  • Save your bags of all kinds

  • Volunteers needed anytime! Your talents are needed to set up, sell and cleanup. Sign up online or at the Welcome Desk.  

  • Share with friends, family and neighbors about our sale!

  • Come to the sale and shop!


Donation Drop Off Hours:  Sunday, June 9; 8:30am–noon, Monday, June 10; 10 am– 6pm, Tuesday, June 11; 10am-6 pm   


Set up Hours:  Sunday, June 6 after fellowship, Monday, June 10-Wednesday, June 12; 10am– 6pm


Rummage Sale Hours:  Thursday, June 13; 5pm-8pm (Presale-free will offering),

Friday, June 14; 10:00am-6 pm. 

Saturday, June 15; 9:00am-noon ($5 Bag Sale)

We are happy to accept items in good repair:

· Clean clothing (children’s clothing sells well, men’s clothing, not so much)

· Toys/Games for all ages

· Tools; lawn and garden

· Costume jewelry and other accessories; purses, belts, scarves

· Clean linens

· Small appliances, household goods

· Furniture (in good repair)

· Musical Instruments

· Books, DVDs, CDs, albums (no Reader’s Digest or encyclopedias, please)


Important:  We cannot accept computers, exercise equipment, microwaves, baby car seats, artificial Christmas trees & stands or anything damaged & not working. 


Large items such as furniture or other donations may be requested to be picked up by the donor after the sale. We do not have a crew to collect or deliver the donation.


Contact Lori Ahmad, or the church office with any questions.



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