At Everett’s New & Again Thrift Shoppe, Debra Bordsen (from left), Stephanie Civey and Amber McGuire are preparing for the store’s move to a new location. The shop supports Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County. Bordsen is the nonprofit’s deputy director for development, Civey is events, marketing and volunteer coordinator, and McGuire manages the shop that will reopen Aug. 1 at 3010 Grand Ave. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Thrift shop supporting Domestic Violence Services moving to new location

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