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Sweet Repeats opens new location in Huntley

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  • Pioneer Center CEO Patrick Maynard and Huntley Mayor Chuck Sass cut the ribbon at the grand opening of the new location for the Sweet Repeats Thrift Shoppe on Aug. 16.

      Pioneer Center CEO Patrick Maynard and Huntley Mayor Chuck Sass cut the ribbon at the grand opening of the new location for the Sweet Repeats Thrift Shoppe on Aug. 16.
    Courtesy of Pioneer Center

 

Submitted by Sweet Repeats Thrift Shoppe

Sweet Repeats Thrift Shoppe recently celebrated its grand opening at its new home in the Huntley Outlet Center. From the moment the ribbon was cut a steady stream of customers have visited the store, shopping for local bargains.

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"The store's grand opening was such a huge success that we are in need of more donations to help us replenish our shelves," said Colleen Hale, the store's manager.

Sweet Repeats new location features more than 11,000 square feet of gently used and new treasures just waiting to be explored. Daily inventory includes home décor, housewares, clothing, jewelry, toys, books, furniture and small appliances.

Store hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays are senior discount days. Flexible volunteer opportunities are available. For details, call (815) 759-7100 or visit www.pioneercenter.org.

All proceeds from the store go to Pioneer Center for Human Services, a nonprofit agency in McHenry County. Pioneer Center provides youth and adult behavioral health services and counseling, developmental disability programs, sexual assault services and homeless services.

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