More Time to Shop at Columbia County Habitat’s ReStoreAlex Simeoforides | September 10, 2015
Columbia County Habitat for Humanity’s discount furniture store, ReStore, will now be open Thursday-Saturday from 10am-6pm. By selling donated furniture and home improvement supplies at reduced value, ReStore garners funds towards Habitat’s construction of affordable housing. ReStore is operated entirely on volunteer hours and the boundless generosity of area business and homeowners; just last year the store received more than 10,000 visitors and generated nearly $60,000. Generous donations, prices, and hard-working volunteers contribute to the success and productivity of Columbia County’s Habitat for Humanity. To commemorate the new hours, ReStore celebrated with coffee, donuts and a commemorative painting by Cathy Hennessy, owner of Catskill’s The Painted Piece, located at 393 Main St., Catskill. As if furniture at an affordable price weren’t enough, the big-hearted folks at ReStore connected with The Painted Piece to offer free paint supplies to one lucky customer and ring in the new hours. If interested in The Painted Piece, visit them at thepaintedpiece.net or contact them at 201-970-6618.
ReStore is located at 829 Route 66, at the intersection of Route 9H. Again, the brand new hours are Thursday-Saturday from 10am-6pm. ReStore is now running their summer clearance sale; pop by and save on cooling, lawn & garden supplies, screens, doors, and more. For further information – how to volunteer or make donations – visit: columbiacountyhabitat.org
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