The Badlands Right to Life group is holding its annual rummage sale at Saint Patrick’s Galvin Hall in Dickinson.
This is the pro-life group’s 10th year holding the event, and they have everything from furniture and clothes to kids toys.
The group is accepting free will donations for all the items with no fixed sale price.
The items being sold are donated from people in the surrounding communities, and proceeds from the four day sale will go toward education.
“We do billboards every year. A full year contract is $10,000 . . . there is four different billboards. They switch them around the area, ” said Diane Brost, president of Badlands Right to Life.
Brost also said some of the proceeds will used for transportation cost for the annual March for Life event in Washington D.C.
The event started on August 1 and will end on August 4, operating from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the weekdays and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.
The group said any items not sold will be donated to local nonprofits in the surrounding area.