Salvation Army Thrift Store Closed, will not reopen due to COVID-19


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The Salvation Army Thrift Store in Bradley has closed it’s doors for the final time.

Debbie Hoey with the Salvation Army posted that earlier today on The Salvation Army Kankakee Family Thrift Store’s Facebook page.  The Store had announced in February it would be closing on May 1st, but with the current Stay-at-Home order in place through April 30th, it will not allow for the facility to reopen.
 “Our beloved thrift store will be officially closed and will not reopen. To all our regulars and much more our friends and everyone that shopped with us, we will miss you. Our everyday hellos and daily talk we will miss you, my employees who are my family you will be missed. We took care of each other, we helped our community we helped anyone that walked through our doors. We will always remember what we did, it was the little things the daily things. Thank you.”


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