Local thrift store draws in high school students

Courtney Bohnert, JAG reporter

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Sophomore Rachel Irvin walked into Savers, a local thrift store, on Monday, Oct. 12, and immediately knew to go to the sweatshirt section. Savers, a new thrift store similar to Goodwill, opened in mid-July. This thrift store recently became very popular among high school students.

“I really like finding random sweatshirts that are one of a kind,” Irvin said. “I also like how cheap everything is.”

According to Irvin, the unique variety of clothing and knick knacks kept her coming back. “There’s some pretty weird stuff in there. One time I saw a sweatshirt that said ‘Greetings from Russia,’” Irvin said.

Sophomore Maridee Weber also enjoyed shopping at Savers to find fairly-priced and original clothing.

“I like that there is a wide varitey of clothing,” Weber said. “There’s new stuff everytime you go.”

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