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Thrift Store Growth Surprises Founder



Philomena Mooney gave the idea an initial six months.

“If it didn’t work, it could go back to being a once-a-month yard sale,” said Mooney of the Catholic Social Services Thrift Store. That was more than 30 years ago.

The store is celebrating its first anniversary in its newest location, 3229...

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