Posted: Feb 3, 2013 5:01 PM by David Jay
BILLINGS - Some unique collectibles went on sale...to help kids in programs at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County.
The Boosters put on a flea market at the club's Bair Family Clubhouse.
Record albums, old signs and sports memorabilia make up some of the items sold.
The flea market brings out collectors of what turns out to be all sorts of historic goods and products.
"I don't know if it reminds them of what they had when they were kids or what it is," said Pauline Hartman, a member of the Boys and Girls Club boosters. "But everybody seems to collect something different. Just really amazing what you can sell sometimes."
The Boosters run three flea markets a year, in February, April and October.