The athletic center full of such wonderful ‘stuff’

Anne Bowen shared a laugh with Habitat Executive Director Bob Whelan at the nonprofit’s massive annual tag sale. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

LAKEVILLE — The Mars Athletic Center at The Hotchkiss School was full of … stuff.

Big stuff, in the form of furniture.

Little stuff, such as stuffed animals of all descriptions.

And unusual stuff, as in the set of like-new Scooby-Doo foil valentines, which was a bargain at 25 cents.

The occasion was the annual Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Connecticut tag sale.

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