MEDFORD, Ore. — The Annual Rogue Valley Manor Estate Sale kicked off Friday morning.
More than 400 volunteers came together at the Medford Armory, to sell everything from furniture to art and sporting goods. Both floors of the buildings are filled for the event. The items are sorted by department and clearly labeled with a price, ready for purchase.
“It’s been pre-sorted, cleaned, so that what you are buying are things you can really use,” explained volunteer Will Vanert.
The sale lasts for three days, and this Sunday is half-off day. Manor volunteers say the estate sale normally brings in around $180,000. Proceeds go to the Rogue Valley Manor Foundation for charity causes like Fairy Godmother and Manor Mentor Programs. Items not sold at the end of the sale will also be given to local charities.