n Natalie Netzel
Looking for ways to get rid of unwanted stuff and fatten your wallet at the same time?
If so, The Newberry Observer is opening up its parking lot for a community yard sale to benefit Relay for Life on April 2.
Tables are $10 each and people can come by The Observer’s office on 1716 Main St. to reserve tables.
Those wishing to donate items to The Observer’s table can drop off items at The Observer office Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Observer will also be selling baked items and barbecue chickens during the event.
All the proceeds from the table sales benefit the Relay for Life fundraiser, said Newberry Observer Advertising Representative Brandi Riddle.
The yard sale begins at 7 a.m. and will go to 2 p.m. and along with all kinds of items to be rummaged through, the freshly grilled chickens will be ready to pick up.
Half chickens can be prepaid for $6 from Observer employees: Brandi Riddle, Michelle Cromer, Linda Smith, Leesa Chavis, Kenny Hyler, Mary Watson, Joyce Hall, Nathan Christophel, Johnny Wilson, Sammy Graham, Cindy Pitts and Natalie Netzel.
If there are leftover chickens, people can pay for and pick up the day of the rummage sale.
For more information, stop by the Observer’s office in downtown Newberry or call the office at 276-0625.