Thrift store turns 2 |

Thrift store turns 2

Eco Community Thrift store will be celebrating their second anniversary on Friday, Oct. 29.

To show appreciation for what they call their “wonderful customers,” owners Debra Kiva and Curt Smith are offering refreshments and a raffle for a $25 gift certificate.

A storewide sale will offer 50 percent off all merchandise, except for furniture, which will be 20 percent off.

The owners will contribute 10 percent of the total sales to the Food Bank of Nevada County, which feeds hundreds of western county families every week.

Eco Community Thrift highlights a different nonprofit in Nevada County each month. The store offers used clothing, kitchenware, electronics, furniture and what the owners call “the largest selection of used CDs and records in Nevada County.”

Eco Community Thrift is at 121 Joerschke Drive, in the Glenbrook Basin area of Grass Valley. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Learn more at or contact them at (530) 274-8983.

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