In the midst of the tundra-like cold, the Seeds of Hope Thrift and Gift Store is ready for spring.
“Isn’t everybody?” asks a smiling Dorinda Eckroth, assistant store manager of the Seeds of Hope store owned and operated by the Abused Adult Resource Center (AARC).
The touch of spring comes Friday, Feb. 15, with the opening of the Seeds of Hope’s Easter store. Located in the lower level of the store at 520 E. Main, the Easter store has hundreds of Easter baskets, bunnies and décor items to fill your home and season with fun at a reasonable price.
“We have an extreme amount of new egg dye and Easter basket,” said Eckroth. “You will be amazed at the unique items Seeds of Hope has to offer. Whether you are decorating your home or office, hosting an Easter egg hunt, or looking for that perfect gift we have everything you need. New items are always added daily so every day is a new shopping experience.”
If you’re ready to part with some of your Easter items, Seeds of Hope accepts holiday donations all year long. Donations are accepted Monday through Saturdays (except Wednesdays) during normal store hours. Donors are asked to have their items boxed or bagged for easy processing. Tax receipts are available.
Seeds of Hope store hours are 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Proceeds from Seeds of Hope benefit abuse survivors served and sheltered by the AARC.
The AARC is a nonprofit serving survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and families in a seven-county area in south-central North Dakota.