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    • Repurpose With a Purpose

      Second Chance holds second annual "Recycled Art Show"
        Like any thrift store maverick will tell you, one person's discarded velvet Elvis painting is another's mantelpiece treasure. For those who spend their Saturdays sifting through mothball-tainted clothing racks and stacks of old vinyl, the thrill of a bargain can be all-consuming. It was with these garage sale scourers and thrift store conquistadors in mind that Second Chance Building Supply developed the "Recycled Art Show." Now in its second year, the show invites local artists to refashion their thrifty treasures or unwanted household items for a higher goal: benefitting substance abuse recovery.
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