Perhaps you need some office chairs, a desk, or some light fixtures but you don’t want to buy new.
The new LaGrange County Habitat For Humanity ReStore may have what you are looking for, and your purchase will help support their mission of providing housing for those in need.
The store on East Wayne Street between Poplar and Walnut in Lagrange opened last week. Habitat’s John Sisson says it was the culmination of a lot of planning.
The opportunity to purchase the building came last year and they moved.
As word of the Restore spreads Sisson says they are getting lots of donations of items.
The store is currently open on Thursdays from 10 to 6 but they hope to get enough volunteers to open it on Friday’s and part of Saturdays.
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