So happy to be back serving community

Editor,

To our island community and beyond: Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

On behalf of the thousands of seniors and those who care about them living in Island County, Island Senior Resources thanks each and every one of you for your support for the re-opening of our Senior Thrift store through donations and purchases. Our dedicated volunteers contributed countless hours and space in their homes to prepare donations for sale.

Our first weekend back was an incredible demonstration of the wonderful communities in which we live.

We are so glad to be back.

Wendy Gilbert, board president

Cheryn Weiser, executive director

Cynthia Quigley, Senior Thrift manager

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