Generosity of others inspires Amazing Grace Thrift Shop

On racks packed throughout Amazing Grace Thrift Shop, printed dresses, colorful T-shirts and sports jerseys are arranged to catch customers’ attention.

Appliances, dishware and jewelry are set up on easy-to-browse shelves. Baby strollers are stacked to one side.

To owner Sharon Andis, each piece of clothing and household item has the potential to make a small impact in the lives of the needy. For 10 years as a single mom, she shopped thrift stores to get clothing for her four children.

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