ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- A Rochester consignment shop is celebrating its 25th anniversary Tuesday, and it's going green-- but not the way you might think.
Community Clothesline, on 11th Avenue Northeast in Rochester, got a fresh coat of paint Tuesday, thanks to a donation from Home Depot.
The store started as part of a clothing project to help refugees in Rochester. Its website says the shop offers "donated clothing for men, women and children, plus personal items, household article, furniture, collectibles and more."
All of the items in the store are donated.
They can range anywhere from a mailbox to a vintage necklace.
Proceeds go to help those in need.
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