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Senior Center thrift store will stay in Westgate

 

Last updated 10/8/2020 at 4:59pm

Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Edmonds Senior Thrift Store in February are, from left: Marian Nieves, Kathy Walker, Virginia Servold, Francis Valenzuela, and Sheila Nanaco.

When the old Edmonds Senior Center had a good day, it would pull in up to $500 a day. When the senior center was demolished to make way for the Edmonds Waterfront Center, the store moved into what was thought to be a temporary location in the QFC shopping center at Westgate.

Now, with that new location pulling in between $1,500 and $2,000 on a good day, Waterfront Center CEO Daniel Johnson has made the call: The thrift store will remain at the shopping center at 100th Avenue West and Edmonds Way.

Look for a behind-the-scenes story and pictures of the Waterfront Center – scheduled to be co...



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