• Annual Yard SaleOver 250 Members Contribute
  • Annual Yard SaleFrom Furniture to the Kitchen Sink
  • Annual Yard SaleVolunteers Work Work Work
  • Annual Yard SaleSetup is Mayhem to the Untrained Eye
  • Annual Yard SaleVolunteers Choose Different Departments
  • Annual Yard SaleStarts Early on Friday
  • Annual Yard SaleOn Sunday, Everything is Half Price
  • Annual Yard SaleHats, Handbags, Belts
  • Annual Yard SaleClothing and Footware
  • Annual Yard SaleRV Supplies and Electronics
  • Annual Yard SaleTools and Auto
  • Annual Yard SaleMaster of Yard Sale
  • Annual Yard SaleTesting all Electroinics
  • Annual Yard SaleThings that Do Not Work are Free
  • Annual Yard SaleHousehold Cleaning Appliances
  • Annual Yard SalePlants Too
  • Annual Yard SaleSucculents For Sale, Cheap
  • Annual Yard SaleKitchen Appliances
  • Annual Yard SaleMembers Volunteer
  • Annual Yard SaleSell it Cheap and They Will Come
  • Annual Yard SaleLet the Pillaging Begin
  • Annual Yard SaleHidden Treasure, What is It?
  • Annual Yard SaleWell Worth the Cost
  • Annual Yard SaleSatisfied with Treasures Found
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Annual yard sale

Jojoba Hills 250 Member Yard Sale

Throughout the year, members of Jojoba Hills donate clothes, shoes, jewelry, appliances, tools, household goods, exercise and sports equipment and "you name it" all year in anticipation of our annual yard sale. Hundreds of bargain hunters descend on our Resort to look for treasures and necessities during the three day event. The gates open on Friday to let in close to a hundred waiting customers. On Sunday, the already super cheap prices are reduced in half. Three hours before the end of the sale, diehard bargain hunters are given a large plastic garbage bag that they can fill for one dollar. What fun! The sale is sponsored by our Hilltoppers Committee and the proceeds help support many of our social activities. It is loads of fun and nearly everyone at Jojoba Hills pitches in to help. Seeing all the activity during the set up is reminiscent of a bee hive, total mayhem. Everything remaining at the end of the sale, is donated to a local charity.

Photographers Bud Lewin and Phil Gardner