I t's one of the more popular events for parents at the Civic Center and all weekend they've been taking advantage of the Just Between Friends sale.
T he event gives parents dozens of items to choose from for newborns up to teen agers, including gently used clothes, books, games, car seats. A nd the event's not just about getting a good deal, some of the proceeds will go to Habitat for Humanity.
" J ust Between Friends is very important because we benefit our consignors because they can make money, and our shoppers can save money." Event Coordinator Stephanie Bass said. "We saw about 3,500 people out here that are moms, dads, grandparents, teachers, daycare workers, anybody that needs childrens' items."
Bass said a ll items left over will be donated to Faith City Ministries.