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The Dane County Humane Society recently opened a new thrift store offering gently used clothes, home goods, pet supplies and more to generate funds to support DCHS' work.
According to a release, DCHS converted the Adoption Center West over the winter and officially opened its doors to the public in January. DCHS provides assistance to 9,000 companion animals, exotic species, farm animals and injured or orphaned wildlife.
The shelter accepts gently used, clean and resalable items at the thrift store any time during its open hours.
DCHS is hosting a grand opening celebration from March 1 to March 10. During the celebration, all clothes will be 50 percent off and other merchandise will be 25 percent off. Tote bags will 50 percent off, as well. Every Tuesday is Tote Tuesday, so everything that fits in the bag will be 10 percent off.
There will be adoptable animals at the thrift store this Saturday and Sunday and March 9 and March 10, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.