Harlie’s Angels August 2019

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Local nonprofits among sellers at Terry-Taylor-Northlake sale

Shoppers look through tables full of clothes and other items during the Terry-Taylor-Northlake Garage Sales on Saturday.

Katie Fairbanks, The Daily News

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Selling a variety of donated clothes, furniture, toys and household items, Jennifer and Jeffery DesArmo took advantage of the crowds flooding the Terry-Taylor-Northlake Garage Sales on Saturday to raise money for their nonprofit.

The one-day event spread across Terry, Taylor and Northlake avenues off Pacific Way, with more than 100 homes participating in the 39th annual sale.

Harlie’s Angels was one of multiple nonprofits and organizations that used the event as a fundraiser for their causes.

The Castle Rock couple started Harlie’s Angels after their 15-year-old daughter Harlie was killed in 2013 when struck by a car. DesArmo said the nonprofit works to give back to the community, especially to teenagers.

“Everything is for kids and people in need,” DesArmo said. “The best thing is I get to tell her story.”

DesArmo said it was the couple’s first time at the neighborhood event. A real estate agent friend and the home’s owner allowed them to set up in front of a house about to go on the market to take advantage of the sale, she said.

The money from Saturday’s sale will be put toward building a covered basketball court near the Longview Teen Center on the Kessler Boulevard side of Lake Sacajawea, she said.

August 2019  Just hung out with an amazing team of teens and their leaders from First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Idaho Falls. They are in town doing mission work in Portland and our church housed them for the week. I was able to share Harlie’s story and our personal story of tragedy, grief, foreverness and our new normal. We ate some Lexi’s pizza, sang some songs around the campfire, had devotion and prayer time and lots of laughs. Ended the night with a smore😊🙏💕 —  

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