New Habitat for Humanity store opens

  • Monday, September 9, 2019 4:00pm
  • Business

SMOKEY POINT – A long lined formed outside the front door at the opening of the new Habitat for Humanity store Saturday.

Proceeds at the store go to help people in need find places to live.

The store sells new and gently used donated items including: appliances, cabinets, doors, flooring, furniture, hardware, electrical supplies, insulation, lighting, lumber, plywood, sheetrock, paint, wall coverings, plumbing, roofing materials, tile, tools, windows and more.

Call 425-405-7770 to schedule a donation pickup, though donations also can be dropped off at 17020 Smokey Point Blvd. Volunteers also are needed. Phone 425-659-1346.

A ribbon cutting took place with local city and chamber of commerce officials to celebrate the store opening.

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