Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 5:30 pm
After nine years, Kathy Stefani, of Batavia, will soon gallop into the sunset as organizer of the Super Mammoth Sale at St. Joseph School.
But she will be going out with a bang, as they say, because this year's sale is the biggest thus far and includes several new attractions.
The sale will be held Saturday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. -- with a 15-minute break for restocking at 12:30 p.m. -- at St. Joseph School, at 2 Summit St. in Batavia.
Here are some pics:
NEW: Car/Truck Room
Volunteer Jerry Fisk will be running the car/truck room, which will feature models and toys of various vehicle types from the oldies right up to Nascar.
The Baby Room
Paintings and prints
Artisan Doll Room
Showroom #1 (cafeteria) - stage
Showroom #1 (cafeteria) - main floor
Showroom #2 (gym)
Note: Because there is so much inventory this year, both showrooms will be restocked at 12:30 (in the past, this has only been done for showroom #1).
Other items for sale will include a "barely used" Wii system with two remote controls for only $100, four Elvis Presley albums, and a copy of The Beatles' very first album.
There will also be a tent outside featuring furniture, gardening equipment, grills, and other miscellaneous items.
All proceeds of the sale will benefit St. Joseph School. For more information, call Stefani at 344-2701.