L-R: Anne Bonter with store mascot

Over $32,000 donated to local groups last year

The Second Time Around thrift store in Ashcroft turns used items into gold for local groups.

Second Time Around held its annual General Meeting on April 17, and the following people accepted the positions: Anne Bonter remains as President and Manager, Maria Russell Martin accepted the Secretary position, Bob Hall and Trudy Hooper agreed to continue as Directors. New Directors, Loreen Martin, Susan Little, Joris Ekering, Pat Ripley were welcomed. Doreen Lambert  agreed to continue as Past President.

According to the Financial Report from April/13 to Feb/14 presented  by our accountant Patti Kinvig, $32,440 was given out to various organizations in the area. For an in depth look at the recipients do come into the shop and view the list that is clearly posted.

We thank all of our supporters and all of you who donate. We thank our volunteers. Second Time Around is a successful group effort and it is as strong as each of you make it.

Maria Russell Martin

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