When warmer weather coaxes tulips and daffodils to emerge, sprucing up the homestead and spring cleaning take the top slots on many to-do lists.
You may not often see Karen Nicola in the ReStore, but she’s there, working hard four days each week. She’s kept busy in the Washington County ReStore warehouse pricing "littles’"- hardware and basically anything that isn’t large like furniture.
One thing you need to know about Jaime Pericás is that he’s interested in asking questions. Perhaps that’s the norm for a philosophy student who has spent much of his life so far studying, analyzing and becoming a critical thinker.
It’s easy enough to spot store manager Danny Dunn. He’s the one in the colorful hardhat. Today it’s a brilliant red one. His fashion forward haircut and large plastic wood-grain charcoal-rimmed glasses also set him apart.
- Hot off the dock: These new donations will be out on the floor Friday morning at our Portland ReStore. Discover... https://t.co/KZfzuBhDaW — 16 hours 13 min ago
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- Need a bike repair? Repair PDX will be at the Portland ReStore on from noon to 3pm on Saturday April. Volunteers... https://t.co/Z7FGg5AlQK — 18 hours 37 min ago
- Great new finds at the Beaverton ReStore: — 22 hours 43 min ago