Ribbon cutting for renewed and refreshed Habitat ReStore to be held in Landrum – The Tryon Daily Bulletin

Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity and Habitat ReStore in Landrum invite the community to a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the ReStore, in partnership with the Foothills Chamber of Commerce. Volunteers and staff gave the store a new look, with new paint, flooring, shelving and display areas.

The reveal of the new look and the introduction of the cabinet program will take place from 9:30 am on Friday May 13and at the store, located at 132 North Trade Avenue, Landrum. There will be refreshments served and gifts.

The introduction of the Cabinet program provides a new option for people building or remodeling kitchens and bathrooms on a budget. People will meet with the design specialist in the store to make selections and orders will arrive in 4-5 weeks. Habitat also offers a “deconstruction” service to remove old cabinets from homes free of charge.

The nonprofit Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity uses proceeds from the ReStore to help with its mission to eliminate substandard housing in the community. The ReStore provides access to building materials and household items at lower cost. Habitat also works to be environmentally responsible by keeping quality goods out of the landfill. The ReStore generates funds to build more Habitat homes in the Heatbelt region.

Submitted by Lynne Taylor

Rufus T. Sifford