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  • Annual Mom 2 Mom Sale giving parents an opportunity to recycle unused children items

    Vendors will be selling children items, and sporting equipment



    Families will have an opportunity purchase used children’s items and sporting equipment during the sixth annual Chestermere Mom 2 Mom Sale.

    On Sept. 14 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. families are encouraged to come to the CRCA and see what the community has to offer.

    “We’re hoping people will come to purchase sports equipment, it will be a really good opportunity with all of the clubs and programs starting up,” said the Recreation Program Coordinator Vicki Klinger.

    “The sale benefits parents in the community, it’s a good way to get affordable clothing and sports equipment, and for people to clear out their closets. It’s a win-win for everybody,” she said.

    The Chestermere Mom 2 Mom Sale has been well-received by parents in the community, as it not only gives parents a chance to purchase items for their children, but it builds a sense of community.

    “It’s very popular. We weren’t planning on doing a sale this fall, but we were getting calls asking about it. That showed there is a need in the community for the sale,” Klinger said.

    She added, “The sale is another event that has a sense of community; it’s free for the public to come and get to know each other and build relationships.

    “It’s a nice community event to check out.”

    For more information please visit the CRCA website at https://www.chestermerecrca.com/