PANAMA CITY, Fla. - People shopped for a good cause Saturday morning in downtown Panama City.
The Junior League of Panama City held a yard sale. All the items were donated from members of the League or the community and included things like clothing, bicycles, furniture and much more. The funds raised will go to the League's moving expenses. They purchased a building that will be their new permanent home on Jenks Avenue.
"We want people to come out here because we love interacting and connecting with our community but also to support your Junior League and our mission in getting to a new building to better serve our community," said president of the Junior League of Panama City Tina Kennon.
They plan to move into their new building in the end of January.
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