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Serenity Thrift asks for more collection sites
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Serenity Thrift opened in May at the old Hastings at Northgate Center and collection bins are popping up around the community. Its owners want to place collection bins at the countys convenience centers.
The owners of Serenity Thrift have requested permission to place their donation bins at the county’s convenience centers. “What we do is collect the items, sell them and give it right back to your community,” said Debbie Morrison, who made a proposal before county Health and Welfare Committee members Michael Martin, Teddy Boyd, Billy Earl Jones, Tommy Savage and Blaine Wilcher. “I would like to propose you allow us to put our donation bins in your convenience centers.”Serenity Thrift is an offshoot of Serenity Pointe, a Dunlap-based ministry founded by Debbie and her husband Gerald seven years ago.