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Thrift store helps Hope Station

Posted 12/20/19

West Nash United Methodist Church recently donated $500 to Hope Station thanks to proceeds from its thrift store that opened its doors two months ago. Pictured are the Rev. Tuck Taylor of West Nash …

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Thrift store helps Hope Station

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West Nash United Methodist Church recently donated $500 to Hope Station thanks to proceeds from its thrift store that opened its doors two months ago. Pictured are the Rev. Tuck Taylor of West Nash United Methodist Church, left, and the Rev. Linda Walling, Hope Station’s executive director. All proceeds from the cash-only store are donated to various community organizations. The store is located adjacent to the 2200 Nash St. church.

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