SALVOS... Salvation Army Copper Coast Corps volunteer Malcolm Armstrong, Captain Karen Armstrong and volunteer Annette Videon, along with many others, spent two weeks re-vamping the thrift shop recently. SALVOS... Salvation Army Copper Coast Corps volunteer Malcolm Armstrong, Captain Karen Armstrong and volunteer Annette Videon, along with many others, spent two weeks re-vamping the thrift shop recently.

Kadina thrift shop’s deserving makeover

DEDICATED volunteers have spent two weeks re­vamping the Kadina Sal­vation Army thrift shop, giving it a new lease on life.

The shop, on the corner of Drain and Port Roads, re­opened on Monday, August 27, and volunteers said the community’s response had been positive.

The thrift shop now boasts wider aisles for the disabled, a larger furniture section, decluttered women’s and men’s clothing areas, a photo wall and well-organised book and bric-a-brac units.

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