Consignment Sale to Benefit Ronald McDonald House in Powell

The MOMS Club of Powell-Northwest will host its fall children’s consignment sale on Saturday, October 6, from 8 – 11 a.m. ¬†and then again from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at Powell United Methodist Church in Powell, Ohio.

Ronald McDonald House Charities, Columbus, Ohio
[/media-credit] Ronald McDonald House Charities in Columbus, Ohio, will receive 20 percent of the proceeds from the sale of the MOM Powell-Northwest consignment sale on October 6. (photo courtesy of
The MOMS Club of Powell-Northwest will donate 20 percent of total sales to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio. A great charity to support since Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio is the second-largest in the world serving 3,000 families per year and providing more than 20,000 nights in the house. In guest surveys, which have been conducted since October 2006, Columbus’s Ronald McDonald House has received 99.9 percent positive ratings from families on questions about the quality of its staff, volunteers, and facility.

The event will feature gently-used clothing and other items from over thirty consignors and numerous designers for fall items! The sale will run from 8-11 a.m., close then reopen at 11:30 a.m. and run for one hour with a half-price sale! That’s right half-off! Admission is $1 and all sales are final, cash only, and bring your own bags to carry your deals home in!

Powell United Methodist Church, the sale’s original location, is located at 345 West Olentangy Street, in Powell, Ohio.

Toby Boyce

Toby Boyce, president and broker for C.G. Boyce Real Estate Co., began his career as professional writer and winning influence with folks. He continues to do just that working with buyer and sellers throughout greater Delaware County. Toby has been a professional real estate agent since 2006 working mostly within residential real estate while doing some commercial and rental management as well. Toby grew up in Danville, Ohio, learning the lessons of hard-work and the value of a hand shake. He continued his education at Mount Union College (Bachelor's of Arts) and Heidelberg College (Master's of Business Administration) in business.