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Collectors and bargain-hunters enjoy town-wide garage sale

Secaucus held its annual “Town Wide Garage Sale” on Saturday, April 13 which started at 9 a.m. Although the weather was spotty at times, it did not stop item seekers from rummaging through to find someone else’s treasure to make it their own. With 57 garage sales to choose from, it was a day of adventure.

Sales, sales, sales

Kevin Cutola and his wife Sharon of Hagan Place had a slew of holiday decorations, glassware, household items, clothing and a baseball chair that many were eager to make their own. The prices ranged from 25 cents for small decorations to $80 for clothing cabinet.
“We’re trying to get things ready because we’re going to be moving in a year and a half,” said Sharon Cutola.

There were 57 sales to choose from.
Patty Spiegel sold picture frames for a quarter, a green Schwinn bicycle, and Beats headphones by Dr. Dre for $300. She also had baby amenities from her granddaughter. Spiegel’s prized possession that she was getting rid of was a Disney cookie jar for $10.
“We’re just trying to clean up and make some room,” said Spiegel.
Jeanne Spirito had dishes for $1 and baby high chairs and swings for $20 each.
Keri Natoli donated bags of clothing to the Red Cross and sold the rest at her garage sale. Natoli had Batman pencils along with a notebook for 25 cents, and double strollers with diapers for $40.
Lisa Snedeker sold her two seater bicycle for $20.
Judy Kennelly was selling all the camping gear that hikers could desire. Kennelly sold tents, sleeping bags, hiking packs, and pocket knives.

Vanessa Cruz can be reached at vcruz@hudsonreporter.com

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