BAY COUNTY, Fla. - One organization turned what was supposed to be a flea market into a free market Saturday, helping residents of Bay County.
The association of St. Jude set up shop for residents to come and get anything from clothing to shoes, to furniture and household items. All the items were donated throughout the year from local people and businesses.
Organizers say they have this event every year but this year it was pushed back and given a twist.
"This year, obviously we didn't have that because of the hurricane. It normally takes place in October. So we just decided as a group what we wanted to do is open the doors to our community and give everything away," Kelly Bernhardt, member of the Association of St. Jude.
Bernhardt says the association is a non denominational group and is always looking for volunteers.
There's information on their Facebook page, here.
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