June 21, 2017
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore has a new location for patrons to visit after over ten years on Cassville’s Main Street. The ReStore employees and board members held a public grand opening on Thursday, June 15, as well as a ribbon cutting with the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce. The move was a good choice with ample parking and a better building for shoppers to peruse all the ReStore has to offer. The new location is at 900 West 10th Street in Cassville.
The ReStore manager Sharon Schacht said that the move was important mostly due to structural issues with the old building and the lack of parking. She said, “Flooding was obviously an issue. Every time it rained, the roof leaked, and there were a lot of repairs. There were structural issues; parking was an issue. We also want people to be able to get in and out easily.”
Pictured above, from left to right, are, in the front row: Skyler Bowman, Stefanee Sanders, Niki Null, Delene Abbott, Sara Longley, Sharon Schacht, Carroll Ledenham and David Hermann. Back row: Raylene Hart, Laura Holycross, John Baty, Stacy Runnels, Wade Hermansen, Rachael Freeman and Devon Forsythe.