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Goodwill Advisory Council Member Ellen Utley (Ms. Zebra) and Brenda Pinson (Ms. Hoochie Koochie) are pictured in their Halloween costumes which were purchased at the Goodwill Lake Oconee store.

Buying and even renting costumes for Halloween can be expensive. Goodwill stores offer gently used costumes and clothing at affordable prices. All you need is a little imagination to build a unique costume. If you don’t find something you like on the first try, come back to the store to check out new inventory. New items come in every day.

Halloween shopping at Goodwill is an investment in your community. The revenues fund job training programs and support services to help people find jobs, earn a paycheck, and support their families and communities. Shopping at Goodwill for Halloween is a great way to stretch your budget and be charitable at the same time. Every 43 seconds of every business day, Goodwill earns someone a good job.

Donating gently used items you no longer use is a form of charity that anyone can participate in. Once you have worn your costume and washed it, you can donate it back to Goodwill. Shopping at Goodwill for Halloween is also a great way to spend quality time with your children. Let kids’ imaginations run wild and find what they need at Goodwill. Families can start making it a tradition — something to associate with Halloween every year. Buying Halloween costumes and décor at Goodwill is eco-friendly. Reusing clothing is better for the environment and prevents it from heading to a landfill.

Goodwill Lake Oconee is located at 1030 Lake Oconee Parkway and is open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays. To learn more about services and individuals served by Goodwill of Middle Georgia and the CSRA, visit our website at www.goodwillworks.org.

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