Thrift store executive appointed

Second Time Around directors agree to continue serving on executive.

Ashcroft’s Second Time Around held its Annual General Meeting on April 18. The following volunteers agreed to take on the necessary positions in order for its non-profit society to continue: Doreen Lambert, President and Director; Maria Russell Martin, Secretary and Director, and Directors Trudy Hooper, Anne Bonter, Steve Anderson, Bob Hall. Anne Bonter will graciously continue as Manager.

The Financial Report stated that $22,000 was granted in 2012 and so far in 2013 the amount of $8,750 has been issued. A list of the recipients is posted in the store.

Please note we are always in need of volunteers. We can only continue to operate with your generous support of good quality household items, clothing and some volunteer time. We are open on Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 am to 3 pm. Do come in and check out our Spring treasures.

Maria Russell Martin

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