Sale of past col­lectibles forYouth Fu­tures

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

CLARE­MONT res­i­dent Penny Rei­necke will host a garage sale with a dif­fer­ence over the next two Satur­days.

Penny is sell­ing the an­tique linen and tea cups as well as de­signer shoes such as Louboutin and Jimmy Choo and clothes she has col­lected over the years.

Twenty per cent of money raised will be do­nated to Youth Fu­tures WA on be­half of Ele Light­house, a group the Rei­necke fam­ily es­tab­lished fol­low­ing the death of their 24-year-old daugh­ter and sis­ter Eleanor in Whis­tle in Canada nearly five years ago.

Youth Fu­tures WA pro­vides pro­grams and as­sis­tance for young peo­ple in need.

“El­lie al­ways looked af­ter peo­ple,” Penny said. “At school she was al­ways the one to look af­ter some­one who had just ar­rived. Youth Fu­tures looks af­ter peo­ple in their late teens and early 20s.”

Penny also sells cards she paints to raise money for Youth Fu­tures WA.

See pho­tos of the garage sale items on the Ele Light­house Face­book page.

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