Lexington Habitat for Humanity CEO Rachel Childress, left, and ReStore Director Jim Kreiner in the new Habitat ReStore which is opening soon in a strip mall at 817 Winchester Road. The new location will join the location now open on Southland Drive. A large warehouse in the back of the building will allow the nonprofit to receive donations of all sizes.
Lexington Habitat for Humanity CEO Rachel Childress, left, and ReStore Director Jim Kreiner in the new Habitat ReStore which is opening soon in a strip mall at 817 Winchester Road. The new location will join the location now open on Southland Drive. A large warehouse in the back of the building will allow the nonprofit to receive donations of all sizes. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Lexington Habitat for Humanity CEO Rachel Childress, left, and ReStore Director Jim Kreiner in the new Habitat ReStore which is opening soon in a strip mall at 817 Winchester Road. The new location will join the location now open on Southland Drive. A large warehouse in the back of the building will allow the nonprofit to receive donations of all sizes. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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