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Findables resale store to close after 16 years

Midland Care has announced the upcoming closing of Findables, its upscale resale store. Midland Care took over the store 16 years ago from the American Cancer Society, previously known as “The Discovery Shop.”

The community support for Findables has made it a great success over the years, as each purchase went to support the free care Midland Care provides to the community each year.

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the difficulty in processing donations, the need to sanitize constantly, reduced capacity, not knowing when they might be able to open safely, and just the general fear people have about being out, led to this decision.

Nancy Harms, Priscilla McCabe and the team of volunteers have not only sold clothes and other items over the years, they have been ambassadors for Midland and the community.

Items at the store will now be available for purchase at a 60% discount. The store will officially close once all inventories have been sold. No additional donations will be accepted.

Findables will be open for their Final Farewell Sale Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Masks and temperature checks will be required for shoppers upon entry.


–Lee Hartman | Metro Voice

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