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His Hands Church
550 Molly Lane, Woodstock
(One block off Hwy 575 & Hwy 92)
Thurs. August 9, 9:30*-8:00
Fri. August 10, 9:00-6:00
Sat. August 11, 9:00-1:00
Cobb County Civic Center
548 South Marietta Parkway, Marietta
(New location during Fairgrounds renovations)
Thurs. August 16, 9:30*-8:00
Fri. August 17, 9:00-6:00
Sat. August 18, 9:00-1:00
Mt. Paran North Church of God
1700 Allgood Rd., Marietta
(Off of East Piedmont & Roswell Road)
Thurs. August 23, 9:30*-8:00
Fri. August 24, 9:00-6:00
Sat. August 25, 9:00-1:00
Shop Early to Get the Best Deals!Select a Preview Sale to shop before the Public
The more you volunteer, the earlier you shop! Plus if you sell, you can earn more.
Selling is great to earn money and clean out the house. Our sellers shop a day before the Public.
First Time Moms
If you are expecting or adopting your first child, this special preview sale is for YOU!
Before the Public
Shop before the Public! Donate $5 to charity and receive a Early Entry pass for shopping early.
Parking & Admission
Children at Public Sale
Children on Preview Sale Day
Trying on Clothing
More Info on Recalls
As you may know, the government recently released updated lead testing standards for children’s items that go into effect on Feb. 10th. A statement taken from the CPSC website is listed below. You can read the full CPSC ruling as well as up date date recalls and safety warnings at http://www.cpsc.gov (Consumer Products Safety Commission).
In February 2009, new requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) take effect. Manufacturers, importers and retailers are expected to comply with the new Congressionally-mandated laws. Beginning February 10, 2009, children’s products cannot be sold if they contain more than 600 parts per million (ppm) total lead. Certain children’s products manufactured on or after February 10, 2009 cannot be sold if they contain more than 0.1% of certain specific phthalates or if they fail to meet new mandatory standards for toys. The new law requires that domestic manufacturers and importers certify that children’s products made after February 10 meet all the new safety standards and the lead ban. Sellers of used children’s products, such as thrift stores and consignment stores, are not required to certify that those products meet the new lead limits, phthalates standard or new toy standards.
While CPSC expects every company to comply fully with the new laws resellers should pay special attention to certain product categories. Among these are recalled children’s products, particularly cribs and play yards; children’s products that may contain lead, such as children’s jewelry and painted wooden or metal toys; flimsily made toys that are easily breakable into small parts; toys that lack the required age warnings; and dolls and stuffed toys that have buttons, eyes, noses or other small parts that are not securely fastened and could present a choking hazard for young children..
www.cpsc.gov U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
www.toyinfo.org Toy Industry Association, Inc.
www.jpma.org Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association
www.recalls.gov online resource for U.S. Government recalls
www.safekids.org Safe Kids Worldwide
www.recallaware.com consolidated product safety information
www.allthetoyrecalls.info list of various toy recall websites
www.familyeducation.com The Family Education Network
Early Entry Presale
Did you miss your chance to shop our Preview Sale Night? Fear not! You can still shop before the public! Our special Early Entry sale opens an hour before the public sale on Opening Day at each of our locations. Just bring $5 cash per adult and you get to enter this special sale before the public. Be sure to check out the non-profit that receives your donations – Retouch and all of the awesome work they are doing to feed, educate and disciple at risk children in Kenya. No donation is needed for children.