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Non Profit Knitted Clothing Central Point OR

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Sympatico Clothing
(541) 899-3988
5198 Sterling Creek Rd
Jacksonville, OR

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Gleaning Network Thriftstore
(541) 665-1500
700 S Front St
Central Point, OR
Family Thrift Store
(541) 826-2928
2400 Antelope Rd.
White City, OR
(541) 773-7192
Medford, OR
Sun: 10a - 8pMon-Sat: 9:30a - 9:30p

A & B Traders
(541) 245-1786
2435 Stearns Way
Medford, OR
Goodwill Store
(541) 665-0025
507 S Front St
Central Point, OR
Goodwill Store
(541) 826-4900
8080 Hwy 62
White City, OR
Southern Oregon Goodwill Industries Inc
(541) 826-4900
7561 Crater Lake Hwy
White City, OR
The Sports Authority #738
(541) 282-5736
1600 N Riverside Ave Medford
Medford, OR
Rogue Ski Shop Ltd
(541) 772-8047
309 E Jackson St
Medford, OR
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Glassons to sell home-made scarves to help with Christchurch rebuilding

Klaus Carson

Glassons , the New Zealand retailer, will sell hand-knitted scarves created by the New Zealand public to raise funds for the rebuilding of Christchurch.
   Knitters are invited to create scarves which the retailer will label and sell for NZ$25 each. Proceeds will go to the Christchurch mayoral fund.
   Participating knitters will receive a certificate from Glassons.
   Knitters can get involved by making red and black woollen scarves that are a minimum of 1·5 m long. They are invited to take a photograph of themselves and their scarves and upload to the Glassons Facebook page .
   The scarves should then be handed in to Glassons, where knitters receive their certificate.
   Supporters have included Petra Bagust, Stolen Girlfriends’ Club’s Marc, Dan and Luke, Jay Reeve, George FM’s Nick Dwyer, TVNZ’s Alison Pugh, TV3′s Sacha McNeil and Hilary Barry, fashion designers Juliette Hogan, Cybèle Wiren, and Chris and Helen Cherry, New Zealand’s Next Top Model‘s Colin Mathura-Jeffree and Danielle Hayes, Jared Turner from The Almighty Johnsons, Jaime Ridge, and more....

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