The City of Belleview held its Community Yard Sale on Saturday, October 14, 2023 from 8 AM to 1 PM. The annual yard sale was held at the Belleview Community Center at 5615 SE 110th Place in Belleview.
It was a great day to do a little shopping, watch a Tetrix Robot demonstration or set up to sell some of your own stuff.
Donations for the event were accepted at the City Hall from October 9th through October 12th. Individuals could purchase their own booth that had a table provided.
All proceeds are donated directly to the United Way Of Marion County.
“Grab Boxes” By Shepherd’s LightHouse
It was a great day to do a little shopping last weekend, as the City of Belleview held a Community Yard Sale on Saturday, October 14. This annual yard sale was held at the Belleview Community Center, with all sorts of unique goods on display. Pictured above, Yolanda East, Executive Director of Shepherds LightHouse, Inc, along with her granddaughter, Sydney Proctor, and her husband, Brad East, offer Grab Boxes for $20 each or (3) for $50 at the sale.
Getting Ready For Fall At The Yard Sale
Lorraine Santos, left, along with her daughter, Donna Bory, make homemade crafts.
Impressing The Crowd
Mr. Anthony Ness, Robotics Teacher, operates a robot at the recent Community Yard Sale.
Robotics At Belleview Middle
From left, Teacher of the Robotics Program at Belleview Middle School, Mr. Anthony Ness, and some of his students, Logan Arnold, Tripton DeAngelis, Lisa Tromley and James Tromley show what the Robotic Program does and how much fun they have.
Selling Their Own Stuff
Brothers, Logan McCubbin, 11, and Evan DuBriano, 12, sold their own things and said they were selling A LOT.