Habitat for Humanity ReStore celebrates 10 years

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JACKSON, Tenn. — Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore marked 10 years in business Wednesday. Members with the organization celebrated with a cookout and door prizes along with an egg hunt and coloring contest for kids. Leaders say the store, located at 1668 North Parkway, has had a successful decade of providing additional funding for Habitat for Humanity’s building efforts. “The proceeds that come from the sale of merchandise here goes back into the building program, and so the store has actually invested back into building houses here in our county,” said Terri Kozlowitz, Habitat for Humanity executive director. Kozlowitz says the mission of the store is to provide an opportunity for people to donate while recycling items.

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