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Habitat for Humanity ReStore marks first anniversary

July 03, 2010
  • Habitat for Humanity's ReStore celebrated its first anniversary with a four-day celebration and in-store sales June 9 to 12. From left, volunteer Pat Savage, ReStore manager Linda Shields, ReStore steering committee chairman Bruce Robison, volunteer Marge Evans, volunteer Ed Ruos and volunteer Lois Dickinson.
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Habitat for Humanity's ReStore celebrated its first anniversary with a four-day celebration and in-store sales June 9 to 12.

ReStore is a home improvement store that sells donated new and gently used building materials, appliances, home fixtures, furniture and other home improvement products to the public at reduced prices.

It helps fund Habitat for Humanity projects.

ReStore is at 100 Charles St. in Hagerstown.

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