Native storage sale raises cash for youth soccer programĀ 

Did you miss the sale but still want to donate? Click below.

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The second annual flea market at the Clyde Malone Center took place this weekend.

All of the money and the proceeds from the sale went to the Malone Center Panther’s youth football program.

“It’s about getting things like uniforms through the year or helping with paying for fields and things like that,” said Michael Terellhuater, the director of the Panther program.

The sale took place on Saturday and Sunday at the Malone Center. This was the second sale they had. Everything on display was donated to the flea market by buses and the Lincoln community. Terellhuater said the bucket sales went very well and they plan to make the fundraiser a tradition.

If you missed the flea market and bucket sale but still want to donate to the youth football team, visit their website: https://www.cmcpanthers.org/