New digs for CAPA’s Closet thrift shop

A well-attended Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting ceremony kicked off the new location for the Child Abuse Prevention Association’s CAPA’s Closet thrift store after volunteers worked tirelessly over the past few months to convert the old Keith’s Place building into the new spot.  You can find anything from toys, clothing, housewares, and even electronics at CAPA’s Closet.  The new location will allow for an increase in the amount of items stocked, and a  higher visibility for the store. 

Photo courtesy of Eric R. Smith
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