PRESS PHOTOS BY DENNIS GLEWHouse for sale! In addition to clothing, Robin Hojnocki of Bethlehem was selling a beautiful doll house built by her grandfather. The house was originally wired for lights.
Kelly Burkhardt of the Governor Wolf PTA has led the Mommy Market for the last four years. This was the busiest year of all, she reported.
Rebecca Vandevere of Bethlehem attracts many customers to her table of clothing priced at $1 per item.
2161. Lenny Silfies and his son, Schuyler, offered a large selection of used toys for sale. The Silfies family farms land in Lehigh County.
The proceeds of Lynette Zulli’s sale benefit the Deaf Outreach Center and the “He Who Has an Ear” Sign Language Ministry in Allentown.
2179. Vendors who couldn’t squeeze into the gym set up their displays in a hall nearby.
2180. Kim Silfies was selling “pampering products,” all of them fully natural.
Calan Smith, a student at East Hills MS, bought two Barbies with a loan from her grandmother, Sandi Smith. Calan owes grandma a manicure.
2189. Hot dogs, donuts, and coffee sold briskly at the School Store.
At the close of the Mommy Market, vendors donated items they didn’t sell to Goodwill Industries on Route 191.
Governor Wolf’s Mommy Market marks 4th year
It was a great time to get some bargains at the Governor Wolf ES’s annual Mommy Market.
Vendors selling used and new goods rented space and/or tables in the school cafeteria/gym, as well as in the corridor outside the gym. They were able to set up their merchandise on Friday evening. The sale ran from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 25. Merchandise included toys and games, clothing for children and adults, household items, plants, and decorative objects. Business was brisk. Outside the gym, coffee, tea and baked goods were on sale. Proceeds from the sale of refreshments, as well as the rental of tables, benefit programs of the Governor Wolf PTA.