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Also being installed are several large wind chimes, designed from pieces bought in local thrift shops and built by engineers from the University of Akron to weather Ohio winters.
The Assistance League of Flintridge held a party to celebrate the first year of business for its Bargain Box thrift shop.
For years, Frances volunteered at her children's schools and the New Britain General Hospital thrift shop.
The board released 23 pages of minutes that included possible legal issues related to the Confederate flag, the structure of the PTA thrift shop, school free speech policies and text messages between board members and superintendents.
Nearby ReBar that's part thrift shop, part cocktail bar that donates a portion of drink sales to local charities sold me an Old Fashioned for just $7.
The master bath’s tub is by Badeloft and the faucet is by Newport Brass, the side table is from Wisteria, and the antique doors were found at a local thrift shop.
This outrages people who believe the role of thrift shop charities is to transfer clothes to the needy.
The nonprofit runs a thrift shop at 3955 Mission Ave.
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THRIFT SHOP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of thrift shop for English Language Learners
: a store that sells used goods and especially used clothes and that is often run by a charity
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