Sell Your Junk At Trash To Treasure

Penn State’s annual Trash to Treasure spring sale is slated for June 4 this year. The fifteenth iteration of the massive yard sale, which re-purposes 68 tons of used goods on average, will take place in Beaver Stadium from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Early bird admission to the event — from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. — is five dollars, then admission is free after 9 a.m. For 20 dollars, buyers at the event will receive a reusable tote bag courtesy of Wegmans, which they can fill with treasures of their choosing.

Proceeds from the event will go to Centre County United Way’s partner agencies, who received $52,192 from last year’s event.

Students living in residence halls or white course apartments can donate any clean and working belongings to the event. Details concerning where donations will be collected will be posted in the residence halls.

Trash to Treasure is also seeking volunteers to help sort donations and work the event. Interested individuals or groups can sign up for morning, afternoon, or evening shifts.

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