Re-store opens in Salem

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Habitat for Humanity opened its newest Re-store Saturday  in Columbiana County.

The store is located on North Ellsworth Avenue in Salem inside a former auto dealership.

The new space is much larger than the previous location on East Pidgeon Road.

The store is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday and everything inside is donated.

“We have everything for your home. We have like-new furniture, we have brand new building materials, light fixtures, dishes,” said Restore manager Chaney Nezbeth. “You can get everything you need.”

Habitat for Humanity is part of the United Way. Profits from the store are used to build new homes for local families in need.

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