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$100,000 donation to LIFT-UP from Defiance Thrift Store

The board of directors for the nonprofit Defiance Thrift Store displays a banner representing the $100,000 donation to LIFT-UP and the Family Visitor Programs from the manager of the store, Rhonda Bell, for 2015. This amount is an increase from $54,000 in 2013 and $82,000 in 2014.

From left, Kim Loving, executive director of LIFT-UP; Rhonda Bell, Defiance Thrift Store manager; Sandy Swanson, executive director of the Family Visitor Programs; Jody Wilson, president of the Defiance Thrift Store board; and Sandra Hanson, development director for Family Visitor Programs. The staff and board of the store would like to thank the residents of the entire Roaring Fork Valley for donating resellable items and shopping regularly at 2412 S. Glen Ave. Defiance is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

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