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Family Pathways North Branch Thrift Store to Celebrate Re-Grand Opening March 18

Join Family Pathways to celebrate the grand opening

Join Family Pathways on Saturday, March 18 at noon to celebrate the re-grand opening of the Family Pathways North Branch Thrift Store. Family Pathways is “Over-the-Top” excited about our new North Branch Thrift Store building. This is the first time in Family Pathways history we have built a store from the ground up to suit the organization’s and donor’s needs. It has been a great experience to brainstorm ideas and see it all come to fruition. Our customers and volunteers will find the layout appealing and our donors are going to love the drive-thru heated garage.

 

What: Family Pathways North Branch Thrift Store Re-Grand Opening

When: March 18th, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Door prizes, silent auction

 

Family Pathways Thrift Stores provide program support. In 2016, 420,310 customer transactions totaled $4.68 million in sales revenue. This translates into $1.34 million in direct program service and operation support. That means all donations, grant dollars, and event revenue goes directly to support programs and services for our local communities.