MORGANTOWN \u2014 All week volunteers were busy setting up for the Children\u2019s Consignment Sale of Morgantown, which kicked off Sept. 20 at the West Virginia National Guard Morgantown Readiness Center. Kellen Falkenstine said set-up actually started Sunday, meaning a lot of man hours are required to get the sale going. It runs through Saturday.\r\n\u201cWe have a lot of volunteers, all our consigners volunteer as well, so everybody volunteers quite a bit to make this happen,\u201d she said.\r\nThe items come from people who register as consigners and tag and enter their belongings online. These items are then pulled together to sell at one location. Items that are left over when the sale is finished are donated to Christian Help.\r\nThe consigners receive a percentage of the sales, and Christian Help receives the rest. Consigners receive the majority of the sales, but Falkenstine said if they volunteer their time, they can receive more. About 25 volunteers will make sure everything runs smoothly over the course of the next few days.\r\nThe the sale happens twice a year\u00a0\u2014 once in the spring and fall.\u00a0Falkenstine said it\u2019s been running for at least eight years and was started at the old Armory, then moved to the Mountaineer Mall and has been happening at the Readiness Center for about four years now.\r\nThe amount of clothing, toys and other children\u2019s items has grown every year, she added. Rows of clothing and tables of toys were being organized by volunteers Wednesday.\r\nPrices vary, as consigners set the costs. About 60 percent of the inventory will be sold, if not more, Falkenstine said.\r\n\u201cIt\u2019s a one-stop shop where consigners are selling things they don\u2019t need any more,"\u00a0she said. "We\u2019re able to buy things that we do need. You\u2019re kind of doing a massive switch in getting the things out, because kids outgrow things really quickly.\u201d\r\nThe sale continues from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept. 21 and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 22, when items will be marked at half price.