Lots of red, white and blue at the Thrift Store this Saturday
The Easton Lions Thrift Store is open every Saturday from 10am-2pm (generous donations accepted until 1pm.) This week we are featuring some patriotic items to get you in the mood for the 4th of July as well as some beachy items to welcome summer!
Featured Item of the Week!
Did you know that every week the Thrift Store offers a Featured Item of the Week? These items are brand new, or like new, quality donations at a fraction of the retail price! This Week’s Featured Item of the Week is…
MISS ME JEANS
Come in on Saturday to see the low, low price of these coveted jeans! (they retail at over $100 per pair)
[FEATURED ITEMS OF THE WEEK:
Prices will not be quoted. You must come in to the store to price and purchase. First come, first served. You may not hold, reserve or request Featured Items of the Week. You may not purchase Featured Items of the Week by phone, email or post. You must come in and purchase Featured Items of the Week on Saturday between 10am-2pm while items last. NO EXCEPTIONS!]
Raffle of the Week…
New this week… Raffle of the Week! This week we begin a raffle which will run each week with different items to win! This week’s item is a Brand New 100% Cotton Full Blanket & Sham made in Portugal. Tickets are $1. Raffle runs the 4 hours we are open only, so chances to win are very high!
[RAFFLE ITEMS OF THE WEEK:
You must come in to the store to purchase tickets. You may not purchase Raffle Item tickets by phone, email or post. You must come in and purchase Raffle Item tickets on Saturday between 10am-2pm. NO EXCEPTIONS!]
Last Week at the Thrift…
Every single week new amazing items are donated to the Easton Lions Thrift Store. Last week in addition to items above, this plate was donated:
As reported by President Andrew Parker, Dues Treasurer Mark Ingalls, Board Member Bob Grella, and Bill Ames… this plate commemorates the date 103 years ago in 1869 when, in Utah, the Union Pacific and Central Pacific railroads were connected. And Ames shovels helped built it! This plate depicts the day the Last Spike was driven and the Transcontinental Railroad was joined. The Ames Family was central to the railroad, and heavily involved in the important project of joining the two coasts and developing the economic potential for the backers and the country.
Photos from last week including our most recent photos of our most recent merchandise! Come in on Saturday to check it all out!