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People Drop Off Donations for Yakima Humane Society Yard Sale

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YAKIMA, Wash.--The Yakima Humane Society is gearing up for their Fourth Annual Yard Sale.

People dropped off clothes, furniture, shoes, generators and all sorts of knick-knacks. Volunteers said within an hour, the storage facility was packed with donations.

The yard sale will take place the weekend of June 22nd and 23rd at a warehouse along the 1300 Block of Faucher Road.

"Every penny goes, there's no overhead here," said Ricki Lenseigne, a volunteer. "Every penny that you give us goes straight to the shelter, there's no payment for anything. It's 100 percent, and they really need the money."

Volunteers said they raised more than $6,000 during last year's yard sale. They said they're hoping to beat that amount in two weeks.

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