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Original post made on Oct 19, 2009

Looking for a kimono? A mink coat? House wares to outfit a kitchen? Check out the Thrift Station, which benefits Discovery Counseling Center. It's located in the Crossroads of Danville shopping center, but shoppers travel from all over the valley for the high quality, previously owned clothing and household goods.

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Posted by Joy Perkins, a resident of San Ramon
on Oct 19, 2009 at 2:33 pm

I'm a Professional Organizer so visit frequently to donate items for clients. The volunteers here are AWESOME. Always cheerful and helpful. My clients feel great knowing their unwanted items will become useful to someone else and help a great cause along the way.
Keep up the great work - you are a real resource for our community.
Joy Perkins, owner
Omnibus Organizing


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