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Monday, January 2, 2017

January 2017 Newsletter


The Highland Thrift Shop
116 Main Street
Grantsville, MD 21536
301-895-3156
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 10-4
Saturday 10-2
Closed on Sundays

                                        


         We now take all major credit cards!

We accept donations daily!
Planning to donate a truckload? Please call ahead.We schedule volunteers to help

HAPPY NEW YEAR!


Joyce Schrock will be leaving us to start another endeavor. We are pleased to announce that Diana Detrick will be taking her place as our Assistant Manager. 

We are currently doing renovations. We ask that you please be patient with us at this time.

Volunteers need! Please ask how you can help today.

January Sales:
2-7     50% off all shoes
9-14   buy 1 book get 1 free
16-21  50% off all bedding
23-31  $5 Bag Sale



Recipe: Easy Chicken Casserole
1 pkg. Stove Top stuffing mix 
1 1/2 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into pieces
1 pkg. 16oz. frozen mixed vegetables, drained
1 can 10 3/4 oz. condensed cream of chicken soup
1/3 cup Breakstone's sour cream
Heat oven to 400
Prepare stuffing as directed on package
Combine remaining ingredients in 13x9 baking pan
Bake for 30 minutes or until stuffing is golden 

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

September Newsletter

The Highland Thrift Shop
116 Main Street
Grantsville, MD 21536
301-895-3156
Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday 10-4
Saturday 10-2
Closed on Sundays

September 2016 Newsletter
A few words from Betty Merrill:
“As many of you know I am the new manager at The Highland Thrift Shop. I have found it quite interesting to learn about the history and the individuals who have made the store successful as it is today.   So, I would like to share some of that information with you (the customer).
The Highland Thrift Shop opened on June 8, 1987.  The first deposit to the banks was for $25.26.  The store relocated to a front room in the Casselman Ventures building on October 8, 1987.  The store moved again to its current location (in the old school gymnasium) January of 2009. 
The Highland Thrift Store is run by a board. The board
members decide on all the  financial and business practices
associated with the store.
The current board members are:
Arthur Green: Chairman/2000
Bev Spiker: Secretary/2015
Kathy Overholt: Treasurer/2012
Regina Holliday: Member/2013
Diana Detrick: Member/2016
Betty Merrill: Manager/2016
Joyce Schrock: Assistant Mgr/2012
 
 Do you feel called to help us?
The Highland Thrift Store is staffed
by volunteers from many area churches! Volunteers do a wide variety of duties.  They run the cash register, help keep the store organized & clean, and meet & greet customers.
Thank you to our current volunteers:
Elise Green
Art Green
Bev Spiker
Kathy Overholt
Regina Holliday
Diana Detrick
Nancy Hornig
Shirley Bender
Peggy Robertson
Mabel Butler
Evelyn Yoder
Waunita Wilt
Mary Jane Wisor
Kay Theriot
Rosella Miner
Angie Guthrie
Thanks to our staff:
Joyce Schrock
Betty Merrill
Sharon Butler



A special thank you to Elise Green
For 29 years of service! She was
one of the original volunteers who
helped start the store in 1987 and is
Still volunteering today.  She likes to
socialize and interact with customers.
She also likes to shop! 
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Upcoming Sales at The Highland Thrift Shop!
September 5th-10th 50% off all bedding
September 12-17th 50% off all shoes
September 19-24th 50% off all items
except clothing

Bag Sale
September 26- October 1
$5.00 per bag on all clothing
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The September Recipe:
Apple Pie Cake

1 quart apple pie filling
Place in 9x13 pan
Top with 1 box cake mix (white or yellow)
Melt ½ cup butter and pour over top of cake mix
Mix 3 Tablespoons brown sugar and 1 T cinnamon together
and sprinkle over top of cake mix.
Bake at 350ยบ 45 minutes. 

Thursday, August 11, 2016

August 2016 Newsletter

The Highland Thrift Shop
116 Main Street
Grantsville, MD 21536
301-895-3156
Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday 10-4
Saturday 10-2

Closed on Sundays

August 2016 Newsletter
A few words from Betty:
“As many of you know there is a new manager at The Highland Thrift Shop.
My name is Betty Merrill. I have been married to Jason Merrill for 16 years.
We live on Chestnut Ridge Road in Grantsville with our two children.  We have a son, Garrett Merrill, who is 14 and a daughter, Adrianna Merrill, who is 11. Many of you probably recognize me from the Shop ’n Save, where I was a store manager. I look forward to meeting all of our customers."

The board of The Highland Thrift Shop is very happy that Betty joined us in
fulfilling our mission of providing a safe, clean, and affordable place to shop.  Betty is very involved in the local community and Boy Scout Pack 460.  Please say hello on your next visit.

Back To School
Remember, August 14-20 is tax free week on all back to school clothing and school supplies in the state of Maryland.
In honor of Back to School, The shop will be running a book sale the week of August 15-20.  Buy one hardback or paperback book and get one free! 


  We accept donations daily!


Planning to donate a truckload? 
Please call ahead. We will schedule volunteers to help.


Do you feel called to volunteer?
The Highland Thrift Store is staffed
by volunteers from many area churches!
Please join us!


The August Recipe:
Summer Squash Casserole

6 cups sliced summer squash
½ cup onion
1 10 ¾ ounce can cream of chicken soup
1 cup sour cream
1 cup shredded carrots
 ½ teaspoon dried thyme
1 8-ounce package herb stuffing mix
½ cup butter, melted
Cook the squash and onion in water for 5 minutes,
then drain well. Add the sour cream, soup, thyme,
and carrots. Combine the stuffing mix and the butter.
Spread half the stuffing mixture in a buttered 1 ½ quart
casserole dish.  Add the vegetable mixture and then top
with the remaining stuffing.   Bake at 350 degree for
25-30 minutes.


Mark your calendars!
Town-wide yard sale Sept 10 in Grantsville



Bag Sale at the Highland
Thrift Shop 
August 22-27
$5.00 per bag on all clothing
 

Monday, November 25, 2013

Please Help support "It's in the Bag."

The Highland Thrift shop is raising funds in the month of December for the local charity "It's in the Bag."  This program supports Garrett County school children who are in need of food over school weekends.  Throughout the month of December we will have a donation jar at the register expressly for this noble cause.

Please stop in and help us our local children.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

October News

Highland Thrift Shop is delighted to welcome Kay Theriot as a member of our volunteer team.

Kay's enthusiasm for the job and the friendliness she shows to customers are greatly appreciated. "I like being able to help people and be of service to our community," she said recently. Kay is a third generation Grantsville citizen, "born and raised." How good does it get? She has three sons and is married to her husband Jody.  In her spare time Kay likes to read and she likes music.  She sings in the Church choir.  Her special passion in life has been her work with her family day care, a licensed day care center in her home.  Kay, we are glad that Joyce Schrok invited you to join us, and we are doubly glad you accepted.

Christy Kinsinger and Joyce Schrock want to thank all of the shop's volunteers for their help in transforming our appearance: moving racks, rearranging and arranging donations and keeping everything nice and clean.  Thank you very much to each and every volunteer!!!

~written by Lucy Sorenson