Salvation Army Thrift Store Reopens in High River

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After suffering extensive damage due to the June floods, The Salvation Army Thrift Store on Centre Street has reopened.

On Tuesday, November 5, there will be a grand-reopening of the store.

The Salvation Army has provided services to the residents of High River for over 106 years.

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