Edmonds Senior Center and Edmonds Chamber of Commerce members gathered for the ribbon cutting as the Senior Center Thrift Store reopened Wednesday morning. The store had been closed for 10 days while new flooring was installed and fresh paint applied to the walls. (Photos by Larry Vogel)
Senior Center Director Farrell Fleming, a self-confessed thrift store fashionista, shows off his snazzy shirt and suspenders, both recent purchases from the Senior Center store. “This may not be the biggest store around, but we’ve got the best stuff,” he said.
The new checkout counter was busy as the first customers queue up to make their purchases.
Interior improvements include new flooring, and new checkout counter, and reconfigured shelving and aisles. “The new layout is much more customer-friendly,” said store manager Barbara Halseth.
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