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One man’s trash is another man’s treasure

MAC hosts annual sale to raise funds

 Monongalia Arts Center’s Trash to Treasure Sale, which kicked off earlier this week, offers the community a chance to snag an array of items, including  theater props,  equipment and other donated goods. 

While the sale was open Wednesday, organizers are taking a break today before reopening from 3-7 p.m. Friday and Monday. This allows them to ensure the sanitization of the building and products offered.

  Most items will be sold for a “pay what you will” donation, while some —  like speakers, sculptures, projection screens and other valuables — will have a set price. Other items included in the sale are graphic novels (mostly DC and Marvel), dinnerware, books, CDs, exercise equipment, frames and hardware. 

All attendees are asked to follow social distancing guidelines. Face masks will be required for entry into the building and hand sanitizer will be provided at the front door. 

MAC is at 107 High St. Inquiries should be directed to or 304-292-3325.

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Nick Stamm (left), executive director Ro Brooks and lobby manager Daniel Gibbons assist with annual sale.
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Sign outside of the Monongalia Arts Center on High Street. (Grayson Hall/The Dominion Post)
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Customers shop at the MAC Trash to Treasures event.