Image courtesy Ten Trails

Image courtesy Ten Trails

Black Diamond Community Center hosts garage sale; Ten Trails starts scavenger hunt

The garage sale is Aug. 6 through 9, but the scavenger hunt lasts all month, with weekly prizes.

The following is a press release from Ten Trails:

The Black Diamond Community Center is hosting its second annual garage sale fundraiser Aug. 6 – 9.

They have been collecting items for months and have a little bit of everything, including knickknacks, collectables, antiques, tools, camping gear, toys, kitchenware, kitchen appliances, furniture, books, records, electronics, jewelry, outdoor toys, outdoor furniture, coolers, fans, heaters, crafting items, bikes, kites, Christmas decorations, holiday decorations, sewing and quilting fabric, brand new items, bedding sets, bed frames, and more.

At the same time, the community center is collecting donations for their annual Backpack Program.

School supplies can be dropped off Monday through Thursday at the BDCCC from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Donations are due Monday, Aug. 10.

Items needed include clear-view 1.5-inch binders, five-count pack dividers for binders, college-ruled loose-leaf paper, wide-ruled composition books, think-tipped, 10-count packs of colored markers, highlighters, pencil boxes, colored pencils, black Sharpies, red ballpoint pens, pencil sharpeners, and glue sticks. Cash donations are also accepted.


The Ten Trails housing development in Black Diamond is hosting a scavenger hunt for a chance to win a $50 gift card to a local restaurant.

The scavenger hunt is being held weekly throughout August.

Each week, find the hidden Flamingo Gnome somewhere at Ten Trails, take a socially-distanced selfie with it, and send the photo to

Submit photos by 5 p.m. each Monday in August. Winners will be randomly selected and the winner will be announced Wednesday on Ten Trail’s Facebook page.

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