Trash ‘N Treasure lures bargain-hungry shoppers

by Verla Peichl Falls News Correspondent


ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH in Sheboygan Falls was the site of the 25th annual Trash ‘N Treasure sale, featuring bargainpriced items of all varieties, shapes and sizes, including a John Deere tractor (top right). At bottom left, Rachel Gremminger and Natalie De Pagter (bottom left) decided to “check out” some of the items on their free time, during the 25th annual Trash ‘N Treasure sale at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sheboygan Falls. - Falls News photo by Verla Peichl ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH in Sheboygan Falls was the site of the 25th annual Trash ‘N Treasure sale, featuring bargainpriced items of all varieties, shapes and sizes, including a John Deere tractor (top right). At bottom left, Rachel Gremminger and Natalie De Pagter (bottom left) decided to “check out” some of the items on their free time, during the 25th annual Trash ‘N Treasure sale at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sheboygan Falls. - Falls News photo by Verla Peichl The annual Trash ‘N Treasure rummage sale was held Saturday, Nov. 3, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sheboygan Falls

If you couldn’t find something to buy you probably didn’t need it anyway, because there were rooms after rooms of items to view, examine and possibly purchase.

The rooms were separated into specifics from holiday items, books, toys, glassware, crafts, sporting items, nursery and jewelry.

The café was also open if you decided you needed some fortifi- cation to continue with your shopping. If it was something bigger you needed that was just a few steps away, outside, where there were cabinets, chairs, exercise items and yes, a tractor.

St. Paul Church member Jerry Wilson , was helping at one of the cashier tables and he commented that they always have a good turnout, not only with items, but the community comes to support this fundraiser.

The event is not only fun, but it helps St. Paul’s continue giving funds to numerous areas of interest.

“The money received from this event helps us with many church activities,” said Wilson. “It goes to our youth mission trips, the county chaplain and we are then able to decorate and light the community Christmas tree in downtown Sheboygan Falls.”



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