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Working beyond retirement: The Oregonian taps The ReStore's James Morgan

It used to be when we'd think about our senior years, we would imagine kicking back and playing golf every day, taking up a new hobby, exploring the country in an RV, or spending oodles of time with the grandkids. But more and more that golden age of retirement finds people in the red. In a recent Oregonian article by George Rede, he states:          ...
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Deconstructing WildCat Haven: Volunteers needed!

Looking for some constructive deconstruction?  We're looking for volunteers to help our Salvage Service team deconstruct the former WildCat Haven Sanctuary outside of Sherwood. The project will include tearing down and salvaging pressure-treated lumber and fencing, so that they are kept out of the landfill. The effort will take place from December 1 - 9. Volunteers are asked to...
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ReStore teams lend a hand at Glisan Gardens build

We love working at The ReStore, but every once in awhile it's good to get up close and personal to our Habitat mission. That's why staff from our three stores are volunteering at the Glisan Gardens Habitat for Humanity build four days in October and November. The ReStore and Gist Brands are co-sponsoring one of the homes there, and we are psyched to do some team-building while working with and...

ReStore decor a perfect fit for new Killingsworth bakery

Faced with a huge estimate for building custom counters and seating, owners of the newly-opened Seastar Bakery/Handsome Pizza decided to go the ReStore route instead. Katia Bezerra-Clark said she and partners Annie Moss, Will Fain and Matt Kedzie reclaimed cabinets and benches from The ReStore, fitting them into their new space at 1603 NE Killingsworth- and saving lots of dough in the process!...

Take tea with a mystery writer!

There's nothing quite so wonderful as cozying up to a cup of hot tea and a good mystery--except perhaps when that cuppa comes with a personal appearance by that title's author.  The Annual Evergreen Habitat for Humanity Women Build Tea is coming up December 5. Here's a chance to meet  Ellie Alexander, Pacific Northwest native and author of the popular Bakeshop Mysteries series....


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