Residents sifted through objects left on the curb across Hope at a previous Trash to Treasure event. This year’s event is being held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 11. (Hope Standard file photo)

Residents sifted through objects left on the curb across Hope at a previous Trash to Treasure event. This year’s event is being held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 11. (Hope Standard file photo)

Trash to Treasure returns to Hope

Residents are invited to leave unwanted items outside June 11 for others to take

If you have household items you don’t use anymore, here’s a chance to move them along.

The annual Trash to Treasure day takes place Saturday, June 11 in Hope. Any time after 8 a.m. people are invited to put unwanted items in a visible spot outside their home, where treasure hunters can find them without disrupting traffic.

Organizers suggest putting out a “jazzy T2T sign” as well, to let folks know the items are available to take.

At 4 p.m., people are asked to bring any unclaimed items back inside.

According to organizers, the primary purpose of Trash to Treasure is “working together to reduce waste.”

The event is sponsored by the Hope Standard along with Communities in Bloom, the District of Hope, Hope Chamber of Commerce, Buy-Low Foods and Save on Foods.

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