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Real Life Center opens new branch

The Real Life Center is opening a new thrift store to help raise additional funds for local families in need. The new location in Fayetteville (400 N. Glynn St. – across from the Dairy Queen) will open Thursday Dec. 6 with an open house from 5-7 p.m. on Tues evening, Dec. 11. Each month the Real Life Center serves an average of 450 families. It is sponsored by several chrches in the area. For more information visit www.reallifecenter.org or call 770-719-0880. Karen Wilkens decorates a tree for the opening and Kem Williams and Lisa Shaw (store managers) show a display of new shoes. Photos/Special.

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