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AnimalSave Thrift moving to Joerschke

AnimalSave Thrift and Treasurers will move Monday to 10067 Joerschke Drive in Grass Valley, next to the BriarPatch Market in the building previously occupied by the Pet Adoption League thrift store.

AnimalSave operated a thrift store on Colfax Avenue for three years. “A bigger location was needed to display all of the donated items,” said Melise Munroe, thrift store manager. AnimalSave’s business offices will be in a portion of the top floor above the store.

A grand opening celebration is planned from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sept. 7. Refreshments will be provided and prizes given away. Regular store hours will be 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday



Proceeds from the thrift store support various projects of AnimalSave, a project of the Golden Empire Humane Society. AnimalSave’s mission is to build a no-kill adoption center.

Volunteers are needed to work at the store, and donations are accepted Tuesday through Saturday.




For more information, call 274-1111.


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