Scotch Plains Thrift Shop Will Host Holiday Boutique

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SCOTCH PLAINS – Holiday gift bargains are again available for sale at The Thrift Shop, 1730 E. Second Street. The Fanwood-Scotch Service League’s annual Holiday Boutique will begin at 10 am on Tuesday, Nov. 29.

All the items featured are brand new. Many are still in their original packaging. They will be on display in the store’s main room. Boutique Chairman Donna Kuhn has been saving and storing these gifts throughout the year. Because there is such a large inventory, they are priced reasonably for quick sale. The table will be replenished daily.

Some of the gifts included in the sale are Lenox china serving pieces, designer purses, ties and wallets for men, holiday decorations for the home, small appliances and costume jewelry. There will be a free drawing for one of four prizes on Tuesday, Dec. 13. You need not be present to win.

This year there will be a free gift-wrapping service on Saturday, Dec. 10. Any gifts purchased on that day from the boutique table may be wrapped in a holiday wrapping paper compliments of the Thrift Shop staff. The boutique sale will continue until Saturday, Dec. 17, when the shop closes for the holidays. The store reopens on Tuesday, Jan. 3 at 10 a.m.

The Service League is a volunteer organization whose members operate The Thrift Shop. All profits from this and sales throughout the year are donated back into the local community’s charitable organizations. The shop’s hours are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, call the store at 1-908-322-5420.

There will be a “Black Saturday Sale” at Thrift Shop on Saturday, Nov. 26. Everything is store is half price.

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