Phyllis Theermann

As the seasons change, your families’ wardrobe may need to as well.

Swing by Shopper’s Corner, located in the Schofield Elementary School, on Wednesday’s from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. during the school year to find — and share –gently loved accessories, shoes, and clothes for women, men, and children.

This thrift/consignment shop is open to our entire community and is a great way to share clothes that don’t work for you any more and find new things that do.

Second hand is en vogue these days and is better for the environment than buying new. Think about how all that textile waste.

Ready…more than 80 billion articles of clothing are produced and sold around the world annually. There is a huge consequence of fast fashion, but you don’t have to always be part of it.

Plus, a great portion of the funds go to Schofield’s PTO which supports a variety of initiatives so its a win-win.


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