Community Thrift hosts open house

ARLINGTON — A new thrift shop supporting local community services for people with disabilities is ready to welcome new customers.

The Community Thrift shop in Arlington is hosting a grand opening and open house on Nov. 9-10 starting at 10 a.m. on location at 604 E. Gilman Ave. Formerly the Country Charm Dairy Farm, the site of the new store has retained much of its historical value and quaint country appeal. The shop itself features items donated by the public, including fine furniture, vintage vinyl records, gently used clothing, jewelry and more. Goods are sold at a reasonable price and the proceeds go to support s Community Services in Lake Stevens and Quil Ceda Community Services in Marysville — organizations that support people with disabilities.

For more information, call the store at 360-435-0707.


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