Holly Club of Sea Girt hosts successful first pop up sale

Holly Club of Sea Girt members, from left: Janice Coffey, Eileen Konczyk, Kerry Tarigo and Laurie Fellini. PHOTO BY HOPE PATTI

SEA GIRT — The Holly Club of Sea Girt held its first pop up sale in the Library Plaza featuring an array of topiaries from Ken Selody and Margaret Williams of Atlock Farms in Somerset.

The event, held on Nov. 5, also offered a variety of soups and baked goods made by club members, which sold out within the first hour of the sale.

Event organizers Eileen Konczyk, Janice Coffey and Kerry Tarigo were thrilled by the success of the outdoor event


“With many local events being canceled in light of COVID restrictions, the Holly Club members looked to find a creative substitute for their traditional fundraising events,” organizers said in a news release. “We’ve received such positive feedback from everyone attending the sale. Everyone was happy to have the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful fall day shopping in Sea Girt.”

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