Community Events

Grand Opening--Helping Hands Int'l

WHERE
Helping Hands Home and Decor, Clearview Plaza, 17428 Hwy 9, Snohomis
WHEN
Saturday, November 3, 2012
TIME
11am-5pm

Helping Hands Ministries International is proud to be a part of the Bothell/Mill Creek community. For 20 years this organization has provided much needed clothing, shoes and household items to those in need both locally and internationally.   The Helping Hands Thrift Store, located on Bothell Everett Hwy, has been the focal point of their operation. The location provides a community donation point. The generous donations are then sorted by their staff and volunteers  for relief shipments or for sale in their thrift store. Proceeds from the sales in the thrift store go to support local and international programs and projects. This Saturday November 3rd, Helping Hands Ministries International will celebrate the grand opening of their second location in the Clearview Plaza in Snohomish, Helping Hands Home & Decor.

Helping Hands Home & Decor will carry a variety of merchandise geared toward furnishing and decorating. With a mix of antiques, collectables, vintage and repurposed, there is something for almost everyone. The store will also hold monthly project demonstrations from craft projects for kids to repurposing thrift store finds. They will also be a donation drop off point for the Clearview/Snohomish area.

Please join them on Saturday, November 3rd for their grand opening celebration, 11am to 5pm. There will be refreshments, activities for the kids, special demonstrations and door prizes.

 Event Admission Fee (if any): Free

 Event Sponsor: Helping Hands Ministries International

 Phone Number: (425) 481-6682

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