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A FORMER PIECE OF EQUIPMENT

DOLLING OUT FURNITURE - Jaimie McFarlin stands next to an old projector used in the former Woodford Theater and Hallmark store. The Et Cetera Shop bought the spot last summer with plans to use it as a home furnishings outlet.

EUREKA - The Et Cetera Shop, located on S. Main Street in the downtown business district, will add a home furnishings area next summer next door in the former Woodford Theater and, most recently, a Hallmark store.

Last summer, they purchased the spot on the heels of their fourth decade in business. The thrift shop is sponsored by area Mennonite churches with the bulk of the proceeds going to Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), which funds relief work all over the globe.

“We have decided that a furniture--a home furnishings—store would be a good fit,” Et Cetera shop manager Jaimie McFarlin said. “We get furniture calls weekly. We spend a lot of time on furniture-related questions.” 

They plan to install a double door for unloading and loading furniture on that side of the building. 

See article on October 11 Woodford County Journal newsstands

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