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COPE plans to build a thrift store

After purchasing a lot next door to the current facility for a dollar, COPE Domestic Violence Agency in Lebanon is now making a plan to construct a building that could support some of the needs of the agency. Director Judy Kile explains what they would like to do…

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Such a facility would provide a convenient location for the storage of items that a client of COPE needs to start over. The thrift store would allow the agency to have income on a regular basis. COPE has tax credits available for donors who would like to be a financial supporter of the effort.

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