Consignment shop reopens with community support

On August 25, a SUV drove through Curtain Call Consignment. The consignment shop, which is a non-profit fundraiser for Kenai Performers, sustained extensive damage. After much soul-searching, the volunteers decided to relocate the shop to a new location.

On November 9, Curtain Call reopened in the Seaman Building in Kenai. We could not have done it without the very generous contributions from the following individuals and businesses: Doug Baxter and Batir Construction, Phil and Heidi Hinz, Joe Halstead and Dan’s TV, Amy Favretto from ACS and Diana Tice, Derek Leichliter and Legacy Electric, Rug Bones, Thom Griess, and a very special donation from Guff Sherman at Sherman Signs.

Finally, Curtain Call could not exist without our amazing volunteer staff. Each one brings a unique quality to the shop, and I am inspired each week by their dedication and willingness to bring to our community an alternative shopping experience.

Thank you!

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