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By Teresa Simpson
Whitman County Gazette 

Palouse Habitat for Humanity to host ribbon cutting for ReStore

Store works toward finishing renovations


January 11, 2024

MOSCOW— Palouse Habitat for Humanity is hosting a ribbon cutting for a nearly complete renovation of the Surplus sale store, similar to building supply, on Saturday, Jan. 13, at 2 p.m. at 304 North Main Street in Moscow.

The multi-year renovation project was started in 2019 and is a $1.5 million project to enhance the building that houses the store and administrative office.

Palouse Habitat for Humanity Director Jennifer Wallace said they are now bigger and have rebranded with a new name, Palouse Habitat ReStore.

“Our Surplus Sale store now meets Habitat International’s criteria to...

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