About Us

Kids EveryWEAR Consignment Sale is a seasonal children's consignment extravaganza held twice yearly in the early spring and fall. We specialize in the highest quality of gently used children's clothing, toys, educational materials, infant equipment, nursery furniture, ladies clothing, maternity wear and MORE!

Volunteers and consignors shop early for the ultimate selection and bargains! Anyone can participate! Explore the many flexible opportunities for "Consignors" and "Volunteers" in the menu above!

Gail Walker, a stay-at-home, home schooling mom, started the Kids EveryWear sale in 1998 with a friend as a means of supplementing family income and providing an effective means of recycling like-new kid's gear. Since that time the sale has grown exponentially! Many moms say that by consigning their children's gently used items and then coming early to the Kids EveryWear sale for the greatest bargains, it's almost like outfitting their kids for free! By God's grace, the sale is not only a blessing to Gail's own family, but to the thousands of area families who buy and sell with Kids EveryWear as well!

"Thank you for all that you do! This sale is a huge blessing to our family" -SM

Kids EveryWear also donates a portion of the sale's proceeds to local charities as well as all of the unsold items that consignors choose to donate at the end of each sale. Currently, Catholic Parish Outreach and Habitat for Humanity are the primary beneficiaries with over 40 local agencies receiving donations according to need! Our Shop for a Cause event reaches even further - significant monetary and material donations enable us to also support Habitat for Humanity as well as over 50 other local charities! We invite you to bring a can of formula and/or a package of diapers to place in the donation area at the checkout counter to further benefit these excellent causes!

Thank you for your interest in Kids EveryWear! We invite you to join us as a shopper, volunteer, consignor, or ALL THREE!

If you would be willing to keep us in prayer before and during our sales, our prayer list would be:

  • Safety
  • Great weather
  • Our witness to others
  • A heart to bless all involved

THANKS!

Our Message

We can testify to the kindness, mercy and grace of God working in our lives. We are so thankful to Him for choosing to save us from our sins, granting us everlasting life, and continuing to work in our lives now to conform us more and more into His image.

If you can honestly say that you really don't understand the message of the gospel, that Jesus isn't truly ruling your life, and that maybe it is time you started living a different way than you are now, please click next on the link below for a great presentation of the gospel.

If you would like to talk to us more about God, feel free to call us or email us! Even if it is because you'd really like us to pray for you or with you about current circumstances in your life. And finally, if you don't have an EXCELLENT church home where you can truly say you are growing more and more in Christ-likeness, please click on the link below to read more about our church, Sovereign Grace Church, in Apex. Gail is a member of the Sovereign Grace church called CrossWay in Charlotte, NC. We cannot say enough about the change it has made in our lives, especially in our relationships with others, our marriages, and our training of our children. Should you be looking for a local church home, we invite you to visit! See website links below for more information! Thanks for reading, and God bless you!

• Check out the Gospel Message

• Visit Sovereign Grace Church, Apex on the Web

 

 

FAQ

CONSIGNORS

SHOPPERS

VOLUNTEERS


CONSIGNORS

My tags aren't printing correctly. Can you help?
In Acrobat, go to Advanced and choose "Print as Image." This should fix it. If not, email us and tell us your operating system, reader, and browser.

What is the purpose of the individual colors of cardstock?
The colors have greatly sped up the sorting process of unsold items. Rather than staring at the codes, we sort very quickly by color and put all of the white tags into boxes for donation. This frees up volunteers to help make the sale much more organized. Unlike other sales, we dedicate several days to make certain all items are acceptable, organized and optimally displayed. We also double check every rack throughout the sale for gender and size of items to ensure that people find consignors' things in the right spot and buy them. I don't know of any other sale that has the volunteer staff to remove unacceptable items (torn, stained, off-season) and to maintain this degree of order. People continue to tell us that our sale is the best due to quality and organization and the colored cardstock plays a huge role in this success!

Why do you charge consignors $12?
Our expenses are astronomical and have increased dramatically in the last couple of years since the mall changed ownership, we were forced to incorporate and our storage arrangements fell through. We now pay tens of thousands of dollars in rent, exorbitant sums in bank and card costs, thousands to print and mail 15,000 postcards, oodles for storage and moving... The list goes on. We honestly can't continue the sale if we don't charge this amount, which incidentally is lower than other large sales charge. And so many people tell us that they sell the highest percentage of things at our sale and tons of reasons why they prefer Kids EveryWear. In fact, we turn away consignors every sale due to space limitations. Many experienced consignors tell us the price is fair for the exceptional services we provide.

Why was I not found on your online list?
If you have never consigned or volunteered, you will need to use New Registration to enter yourself into the online system. If you were on our list before and have moved, we may have updated your address already. Try it. Or, if we emailed you for an updated address and didn't hear back from you, then we have deleted your old registration information. In that case, please register again. If you have chosen to be taken off our Constant Contact email list, this also takes you off of our online list.

Can I get back my hangers?
No. We don't have time at checkout to remove hangers. So the shopper keeps the hangers.

Where can I find hangers?
Old Navy, Belks, Target & Walmart throw them away daily. Some dry cleaners may provide a recycle area for wire hangers. Carters at Brier Creek and Crossroads may share. Walmart and dollar stores sell them.

What kind of hangers can I use?
Plastic or wire hangers: Child sized hangers work best for clothing up to size 4. Adult hangers work well for sizes 5 and up.

How do I tag hats?
As with any item, if there is a label or a place to which you can attach a ziptie, use it. Otherwise, use a safety pin. If there is no pinning surface, use packing tape if that will stay securely. The goal is to be sure the tag is secure.

I registered tonight however I did not receive my barcode with my confirmation email. What should I do?
If you check your confirmation email, you will probably notice that it says Consignor=N, meaning you joined our mailing list but did not check the consignor option. Please reregister and check Consignor.

Can I sell a crib mattress?
No! North Carolina law prohibits the resell of mattresses that have not been professionally sanitized. You may include it with your crib and mark the tag "free with purchase of this crib."

Is it required to sign-up to as a volunteer once you become a consignor?
No, you do not have to volunteer to consign, but volunteers shop first and so get the best picks by far! Almost a third of our items are sold to volunteers. Likewise, you may volunteer without consigning.

What organization do unsold donated items go to? Is this tax deductible?
Items go primarily to Catholic Parish Outreach who shares items they cannot use effectively with other local charities. We provide a tax receipt (as well as an early shopping pass especially for White-taggers) at drop-off so be sure to show us your white tagged items before putting any out on the sales floor.

Do you allow light weight long sleeve shirts at your spring/summer sale?
We would prefer you bring these to our Fall/Winter sale unless they are clearly a spring item. Windbreakers, white cardigans and raincoats, for instance, are welcome!

Do you allow light weight long sleeve infant footed pj's at your spring/summer sale?
Yes. They need to be new looking since we get lots of these. No stains or wear at all.

Do you allow cloth diapers?
Yes, if in excellent condition.

Do you offer Consignment Manager for your sale?
No, we only accept tags printed off of our website.

Do you accept jeans and khaki pants in the Spring/Summer sale?
We think you should sell these at the Fall/Winter sale to get the most money for them. If you consign them at the Spring/Summer sale, we suggest you price them at $1-$2 less to ensure that they are desirable enough to be purchased at that time.

I cannot make it to pickup. What are my options?
Unsold items NOT picked up at this time will be donated to charity that evening! We regret that alternate arrangements cannot be made. Please have a friend pick-up your unsold items if you are unavailable to do so! They need to know your name and code. Forward your registration confirmation to them for the easiest pick-up. Please do not email asking for us to hold your items or to come the following day if you forget pickup. If you cannot make it to pick-up, you can work a 4 hour sort slot and take home your items on Saturday before pick-up if sort is complete by the end of your shift.

Can I give my neighbor permission to pick up my remaining items and my check for me?
Yes, you may forward your confirmation email to them to bring with a note saying so.

Can volunteers and consignors bring friends with them to shop?
No, friends have a special shop time of their own. They must bring your confirmation pass or tell us your name to shop. Volunteers and consignors can bring their spouse, parents, and parents-in-law to help them shop.

Do you take bed rails?
Yes, provided they have not been recalled.

Are Ladies/Jr's items season specific?
Yes, please follow our seasonal guidelines listed in Items Accepted. Spring/Summer in our February/March sale and Fall/Winter in our August/September sale.

I am going out of town this weekend and will not be able to go to the consignor sale on Sunday. Is it okay if I go on Monday?
You are always welcome to shop anytime we are open after your designated shopping time.

I do not want to donate my Late Drop-off items. What other options do I have?
You may volunteer to sort in order to tag your items on colored cardstock and pick up your unsold items AND get volunteer status or you may come on 75% off day to pull your unsold Late Drop-off items. Remember, items that you tag with white cardstock will not be available at Pick-up or Sort. You must volunteer online to sort or for 12 hours AND use colored cardstock in order to get Late Drop-off items back after the sale closes.

Is it okay to bring a grandparent to an early sale?
Yes, grandparents and spouses are always welcome at our special preview sales.

I have lost my early shop pass. What should I do?
Click here and reprint it.

How can my friends check in for early shop times?
In order to shop early at the "Friends" sales, your friends need to show us a copy of your confirmation letter or give us your name and we can look you up! You do not need to come with them. You may invite an UNLIMITED # of friends to our Friends of Volunteers and Consignors Sale! The more the merrier! Spread the Word! Remember, friends shop early for full price early. Due to schedule restraints, we do not have friends' discount days.

Can I combine barter slots and traditional slots?
Absolutely! Just register for both. Email if you need help.

Do coats and costumes hang in a special location?
Costumes hang on regular racks according to gender and size. Halloween-specific costumes should be brought only in the Fall. Coats will hang on regular racks according to gender and size.

If I am restricted to "Late Drop Off" as a late registrant and therefore required to tag on white cardstock, may I attend the Consignor shopping time?
Yes! Just bring your late registration confirmation as your pass!

Why do clothing items labeled with a size range, eg. 12-18 mos. hang with the largest size in the range?
In almost all cases, if you hold the 12-18 mos. garment (GAP, Old Navy, Gymboree, etc.) up to a garment with a single size on the label (often department store brands), you will find that its dimensions compare most closely with the 18 month, not the 12 month item. We do our best to get all the items that will actually fit a specific child on the same rack.

I registered but cannot consign. How do I unregister?
Register again but this time enter the word "unregister" where requested. Our consignor space is limited, so this frees up a spot for someone else. Thanks.

SHOPPERS

I am a first-time grandmother. Can I register as a first-time mom?
Yes, you may register if your grandchild is on the way or under the age of 1.

Why do you separate shop times for first-time moms from expecting moms?
Two words: "Crowd Control!" We have added a special Baby Shower with gifts benefiting needy moms to further decrease the number of shoppers in the stores at any given time.

Can my parents shop with me at the Shop for a Cause event under my $15 donation, or do they need to make their own donation?
Yes, parents & spouses are welcome under your donation and do not need to make any additional donation.

VOLUNTEERS

Can volunteers and consignors bring friends with them to shop?
No, friends have a special shop time of their own. They must bring your confirmation pass or tell us your name to shop. Volunteers and consignors can bring their spouse, parents, and parents-in-law to help them shop.

Why did my husbands 6 hour slot and my 4 hour slot not make me super duper?
It takes 12 hours of work to receive "Super Duper" status. His counts for 6 hours (not really a full 8 - sorry about that), so if you do a 6 hr slot it will give you "Super Duper" status. But his 6 hours plus 4 hours only puts you at 10, not 12. 6 hours is enough for special slots to count as "Super" but doesn't mean that another 4 will push it to "Super Duper." Only another 6 will do that.

Why was I not found on your online list?
Our complete mailing list is not kept online. If you have never consigned or volunteered, you will need to use New Registration to enter yourself into the online system.

Can I see available Volunteer Time Slots prior to registering?
Slots Available in the Volunteer menu. But then you must go through registration to actually select a slot.

What does the [S] mean on the volunteer registration slots?
It means this slot offers "Super" status although it is not 8 hours. These are slots that we find difficult to fill and therefore offer special status. Combining two [S] slots or three regular slots will give you Super Duper status.

Do I need cashier experience to volunteer?
Absolutely not! Anyone can help at our sale, even those who are 9 months pregnant and need a sit-down job!

I am considering bartering for an early shopping pass by donating a gift card. Would I just bring the card to the early shopping day?
No. We require you to send a $50 amazon egift card to gail at kidseverywear dot com in advance of the volunteer shopping day. Gail will then email you a receipt and that receipt will be your shopping pass to shop at Regular volunteer shop time. A $100 egift card lets you shop at Super volunteer shop time. A $150 egift card lets you shop at the Super Duper volunteer shop time.

Where do volunteers need to go to check-in & receive their assignment?
Please go to the volunteer check in counter in the central checkout area to be checked-in, and to receive an apron and a name tag.

Is it okay to bring a grandparent to an early sale?
Yes, grandparents and spouses are always welcome at our special early shopping times.

I have lost my early shop pass. What should I do?
Reprint it here. Or register again. Print it or show it on your phone or just show your ID!

How can my friends check-in for early shop times?
In order to shop early at the "Friends" sales, your friends need to show us a copy of your confirmation letter or give us your name and we can look you up!

Can I combine barter slots and traditional slots?
Absolutely! Register for traditional slots, then forward your confirmation email to us to combine with your barter hours.

What are the responsibilities of a person who mans the door as a volunteer slot? I notice it says you actually specify those with physical limitations fill these positions. Why?
Think Walmart Greeter meets Mall Cop! Never fear, we DO NOT expect you to tackle those who attempt to enter early sales without early shopping passes! Basically, we need greeters to interface with shoppers. During early sales, we ask our greeters to check passes and/or ID to ensure that we are honoring the commitments that those entitled to shop early have made to the sale. We need friendly, enthusiastic folks who can graciously explain to passersby why they might not be permitted to shop at a given time and to make them feel welcome to return at a later time. During preview sales and public shopping times, we also ask the door person to help us maintain security by checking receipts of exiting shoppers. Finally, those who serve in this position direct shoppers and answer general questions. Clearly, these tasks are of tremendous importance! Nonetheless, when the lines get long and the store gets messy, we are often tempted to pull these volunteers off their door tasks to tackle the urgent. We have found that by filling these positions with volunteers who MUST sit, we are able both to include people who otherwise might not be capable of volunteering AND do a better job managing the doors!

In the News

Kids EveryWEAR Consignment Sale continues to get recognition as the BEST in the Triangle - serving RDU, Morrisville, Apex, Cary, Raleigh, Fuquay-Varina, Knightdale, Greensboro, Mebane, Durham, Chapel Hill and folks from surrounding states since 1998!

Fuquay-Varina Independent
September 10, 2008
Author: Tamara Ward

Are you in need of affordable children's clothing, toys, furniture, strollers, children's equipment, maternity clothes, and other related items? The tenth anniversary of a consignment sale so large shoppers fill Morrisville Outlet Mall parking lots and line the side of the building is just around the corner. The locally organized Kids EveryWear Consignment Sale begins next week.

"We truly think Kids EveryWear is the best sale around," said Gail Walker, one of the organizers of the event. "Folks literally come back year after year from Florida, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina and other states."

Walker, who recently lived in Fuquay-Varina 13 years, organizes the sale with Apex resident Beth Pendola. Walker said the two organize the event with the "tremendous help of our husbands and hundreds of incredible volunteers and friends, without whom we honestly couldn't continue."

The semiannual Kids EveryWear Consignment Sale will be held at the Morrisville Outlet Mall off Airport Blvd. next week and is open to the public Tuesday-Friday Sept. 16-19 from 10 a.m.-9 p.m. On Thursday, some items are on sale at 50% off, and on Friday, some items are 75% off.

Tens of thousands of items from more than 1,000 consigners are sold to thousands of shoppers, Walker said. And, almost 300 volunteers work the sale. Walker said one of the aspects of the Kids EveryWear sale that attracts shoppers is the quality of the items for sale; only items in nearly new condition are accepted.

"Many sales just take anything that comes in," Walker said, adding that volunteers check every item and pull those with stains, tears and wear from racks.

"Shoppers at Kids EveryWear comment year after year that they have started shopping only at Kids EveryWear because they don't have to look through tons of worn items to find the good stuff," Walker said. "We've done that dirty work for them."

The sale began 10 years ago in Walker's dining room and then moved to Pendola's garage.

"We both wanted an outlet to sell our own baby clothes," Walker said.

"We had so many people asking to sell their items, too, and also to be told about future sales," she said.

The pair began a mailing list and soon moved to a building in the South Hills Mall parking lot.

"We spilled out into the parking lot immediately," Walker said.

The sale moved to the pair's church classrooms and then to its auditorium.

"After a few years, we were using every nook and cranny available and were busting out the seams," Walker said.

Now the sale is held in three rented spaces at the Morrisville Outlet Mall. Shoppers are encouraged to bring hampers bungeed to luggage carts, or wagons and strollers, to carry items to purchase. Cash, MasterCard, Visa and checks are accepted with identification.

Volunteers and consigners shop the sale earlier than the public sale. First-time and pregnant mothers can register online and shop early, too. Consignors earn two thirds of the item's selling price, don't have to be present at the sale, and pick up their checks and unsold items after the sale ends. Unsold items also are donated to UNC Children's Hospital and Birthchoice.

Garner resident D.J. Bordeaux, who has worked in Fuquay-Varina for 13 years and is the mother of three children, has been a consigner and volunteer at the sale for more than six years. She plans on attending the upcoming sale, as well.

"You can get whatever you are looking for or whatever you need n or sometimes don't need n for your children or baby to come," Bordeaux said. "I have always made as much money as I spend, so I always consider it recycling."

"I think the sale is successful for many reasons," she added. "For one, you get what you need for your children at a fraction of the price. You have fellowship with some great friends and mothers at the sale. It is truly like a little family in itself. ? It truly is a blessing to all who help, attend and shop."

For more information, visit the Kids EveryWear website at www.kidseverywear.com.


Apex Herald
February 26, 2004

Sale keeps growing every year
Author: Hilary Caryl Russell; Staff Writer

Local stores and area outlet malls may think they've got the best the sales in town, but two local women have come up with a two-fold way for sellers and shoppers to get the best deal around and it only happens twice a year.

Cleaning out the closets has never been so much fun if it means picking up some cash. For those who want to outfit their little ones in the best that money can buy without breaking the bank, mark your calendars to attend the 10-day sale, March 3-12, at Prime Outlets in Morrisville.

And the best way to take advantage of this bi-annual sale is to volunteer for two 4-hour shifts or one 6-hour shift, which guarantees private shopping hours before the doors open to the public.

Apex resident, mother of three with a fourth baby due in August, Beth Pendola and her friend Gail Walker, a mother and Fuquay-Varina resident, began their own consignment sale in Pendola's garage six years ago.

The annual event, which began in Cary in 1998 with 30 consignors dropping off new to gently used baby items, some brand name, such as clothing, furniture and toys, has grown from a two car garage to an outlet location in Morrisville with over 600 consignors participating today.

The past 10 sales have been held at Community Life Church on W. Williams St. and N.C. 55 in Apex, but it's become so popular, said Pendola, that a bigger space was needed for this year's event. "We started out in the multi purpose room and began to take over every square-inch that wasn't used and we got to the point where we'd really outgrown the location," she said.

"So we will be in Morrisville this year and it is possible we will be doing our July sale there as well, but we will be looking for a larger space again."

Two sales are held per year, in early spring and early fall. Pendola said each consignor typically drops off 100 pieces to sell and with 600 consignors signed up for the event, there's sure to be something for everyone.

Kids clothes, sizes 0-14, toys, strollers, and furniture will all be sold for varying prices but one thing sellers can count is the quality of the product. Only high-end, practically new, working items are accepted.

"Stuffed animals take up so much space and do not sell very well, so we don't accept those. But we try to do a good job in accepting items that will sell and keep our quality up," said Pendola. Items that did not sell during the event that consignors do not pick up are donated to a local charity.

"The charity Birth Choice does a lot of counseling for pregnant women and it's run by Catholic Parish Outreach," said Pendola. Although Pendola and Walker head up the event, almost 200 volunteers also donate their time to ensure the sale goes off seamlessly.

"We begin working about three months before the next sale so It's very time consuming, but it's not difficult, and because consignors price their own items that makes it much easier," added Pendola. The sale begins March 3 at 1 p.m. for the volunteers who have worked at least two 4-hour shifts. At 5 p.m. volunteers who have worked less than an 8-hour day are then invited to shop until closing time at 9 p.m.

"Then our consignors shop next on March 4 at 10 a.m. Then we have a friends of consignors sale who come in and shop from 12 p.m. to closing," said Pendola.

The Public is then invited to shop March, 5,6 and 8, from 10-9 p.m. March 7 the doors are open from 12 to 6 p.m.

On March 9, super volunteers can come back and receive 50 percent off specialty marked items 1-9 p.m. and volunteers will receive 50 percent off specialty marked items from 5 to 9 p.m. On March 10-11, the public receives 50 percent off specialty marked items from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

"And then we're trying something new this year where we're doing 75 percent off all of our green inked priced items March 12 and 50 percent off all of our black inked priced items."

Directions to Prime Outlets in Morrisville are as follow: From Raleigh/Cary: Take I-40 West to Exit 284 (Airport Boulevard). Turn left onto Airport Boulevard. At the second light turn right onto Factory Shops Road. Take the first left into the mall parking lot. The Kids Everywhere sale is No. 400 across from Carters (toys & equipment) & #280 across from Sorrento Restaurant (clothes). You are advised to park in spaces only, not on the street or risk being towed.


The News & Observer
February 12, 2001

Hand-me-down heaven

Author: Kelly Starling; Staff Writer

Balancing her daughter Abigail on one hip, Gail Walker grabs a handful of bundled clothes from her station wagon and enters a vast storage room. She bypasses bins stuffed with socks, bottles and shoes, a tabletop of assorted used toys and heads for a rack crowded with kids' gear.

Finding space is a feat. The 33-year-old must part a thicket of sleepers, shirts and dresses to squeeze room for other outfits her two girls have outgrown.

"Oh, I remember when Emma used to wear that," she says, stroking a pink Gymboree jumper. "Sometimes you get sentimental."

These clothes --hundreds of items --represent donations from just two families. More than 300 parents will have dropped off clothes and equipment for the Kid's EveryWear consignment sale when it opens to the public Tuesday at Community Life Church in Apex.

Organized by stay-at-home moms Walker and Beth Pendola, the annual sale -- just 4 years old -- has become a sensation, giving parents a way to save on children's clothing and equipment while making some cash of their own.

"I don't buy new clothes any more," Pendola says as her children Jonah and Emma Beth scamper around in stylish hand-me-downs. "With the money I pay for one outfit, I could get three or four things here." That idea is big around the Triangle. The Raleigh Mothers of Multiples Club has run a children's consignment sale for about 20 years, says sale co-chairwoman Hilary Palonsky. They'll do it again Feb. 24 at the Holshouser Building at the State Fairgrounds.

"We've pretty much tripled our amount of revenue over the last few years," says co-chair Shannon Crowell.

Organizers say these events are favorites because they blend two things mothers love -- getting a bargain and making friends.

The biggest draw may be the deals. Consignors who bring clothes to the sale get a hefty cut off the selling price. People who shop the sales can stock up on items priced at a portion of what retail stores charge. A glance around the Kid's EveryWear storage area reveals why these sales have caught on: $20 brown leather Mary Janes by Gap in the original box slashed to $4; a plastic bag filled with bottles marked 10 cents each; a blue-and-white striped Fisher Price sleeper for 50 cents; Gap blue-jean overalls with matching hat for $8. That's on the high end of selling prices, Pendola says.

The Mothers of Multiples say people can also find bargains on clothes and equipment at their sale. They also have multiple must-haves, such as matching outfits and pillows designed for moms breastfeeding two mouths at a time.

"You can buy a double stroller, which is usually about $150, for about $60," says Crowell, mother of four.

Imagine a department store close-out sale with shoppers scrambling for the best find. That's the pulse of the day, Palonsky says.

Why the urgency? The burden of paying for diapers, formula, clothes and hospital visits can overwhelm even the most financially savvy family. For Mothers of Multiples, it's even costlier, as they outfit twins, triplets or quads. One member, Nancy Miller, has quints; that's five sets of sleepers, five sets of booties, five sets of hats.

Crowell says for some mothers the sale makes the difference in whether their children will receive gifts for birthdays and Christmas. Palonsky says she loves the relationships that form.

"Some of my best friends are moms of multiples," says the mom of two sets of twins. "Everyone welcomes you when they see you and asks how old your children are."

Walker and Pendola of Kid's EveryWear say one woman brought them banana and cinnamon bread during the sale. Volunteers sit and share secrets. Mothers swap parenting joys and woes.

"We've developed these relationships and the mothers come back year after year," Walker says. "Sometimes we'll see their child and know just who's coming in next."

Pendola says even her husband, an environmental engineer, gets in on the project. "He says, 'It's the ultimate form of recycling.' "

### Information: Caption: Gail Walker, with daughter Abigail, prepares clothing for the sale. Staff Photo By Meg Kuryla
© photo Copyright 2001 by The News & Observer Pub.

 

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