The new sign gets hung on the front of the new ReStore in Holderness the day before Saturday's opening day. Pictured (l-r) are Bob Hunt on the ladder, Patricia Wells, LuAnne Ryall, Executive Director Brian McCarthy, Roger Kleinpeter, David Switaj, Bob Ritter and Boomer!
New ReStore Now Open!
Featuring New, Expanded Hours
Finally! The wait is over. The Pemi-Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStore is now open at its new location at 1116 U.S. Route 3, at the junction of Route 175 in Holderness. The store opened on August 10 and now features expanded hours.
The ReStore is now open five days a week. The hours are Wednesday through Friday from 9-4, Saturday from 9-3 and Sunday (through Columbus Day) from 12-3.
So, why the move? Glad you asked. We opened the ReStore at the Ashland location about four years ago, not knowing how successful it might be. Well, it quickly exceeded everyone's expectations and, within two years, we had already out-grown the space. Our new store will have twice as much space, 2,800 square feet.
In addition, this new location affords us much greater visibility and traffic, which will hopefully, allow us to raise more money to build more homes for deserving, hardworking families. And, we know many of our customers will be happy to not have to deal with old the dirt road.
It took a major investment of time and money to get the new store ready. We couldn't be more pleased with the way everything turned out. The building definitely needed a lot of work and, thanks to some dedicated and determined volunteers, we were able to open on time. Now, there's just a few things to finish up.
We could not have done it without the skilled hands of Bob Hunt, who often worked late into the night (sometimes even into the wee hours of the morning). He got a major assist from Bob Ritter. Also doing more than anyone could imagine were LuAnne Ryall, who is serving as our volunteer ReStore Manager and her husband Steve, Charlie Flood, David Switaj, Roger Kleinpeter, Diana Daigle, Terri Dautcher, Patricia Wells, Sarah Dickinson, Ashley Grace and her Mom, the boys from Mt. Prospect Academy and Alex Corbeil.
Please watch a future emails for details on our Grand Opening event!
New Facebook Pages
We now have new Facebook Pages for:
Stop by and like our pages. You can keep up with happenings both with our build, events and new items at the ReStore.