Heartbeat of Hardin County is having a $2.00 Jewelry Sale on May 5th from 2:00pm -7:00 pm, May 6th from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, and May 7th 10:00 am – 2:00pm at the office located at 220 E Franklin St., Kenton, Ohio.
There will be over twelve tables full of earrings, necklaces, rings, and bracelets.
New items added each sale.
All items are gently used in good condition. Most pieces are $2.00 each. There may be table with a few higher priced items. Also, there are gently used purses, like Vera Bradley, leather ones, crossbody and Thirty-One at various prices.
Just for our spring sale we will have cookies and lemonade on Thursday evening. Fork in the Road Food Truck will be here Friday from 10 am – 2pm and 101 Smokehouse food truck will be here on Saturday from 10 am – 2 pm. Weather permitting there will be dining tables outside. Saturday, you can also spin for specials.
“This is our fifth sale. It has proven to be a good fundraiser for us. The cost to put on the event is minimal, so more money goes back towards our programing,” said Julie Zaring, Executive Director.
Heartbeat of Hardin County has been in Hardin County for 42 years providing programs that help those who are expecting or have children under 4.
These programs help them get the items they need for their children like diapers, cribs, car seats, formula, clothes and much more. They are not an income-based program all one needs is the willingness to participate in the programs they offer. They also offer free pregnancy tests and emergency assistance for families needing diapers and formula.
Heartbeat can be reach use through their Heartbeat of Hardin County Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/heartbeatofhardincounty or by calling 419-674-4716.