Salvation Army welcomes extra space
Matt Ryerson/The Hawk Eye While looking at his mother to see if he was in trouble, M.J. Cooper, 4, of Burlington, cries after accidentally breaking a porcelain item Wednesday at the Salvation Army's new Family Thrift Store at 232 Columbus Drive in Burlington.
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#1 Feb 16, 2010
The prices in this new store are outrage the lady that run the store think everything worth a fortune i thought the Salvation army was there to help low income family to get thing they need but who can afford the prices for example $5 for and old mic for a Pc you can get it for alot less at wal mart and it new I just think this need to to be look into
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