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Feature Photos: Habitat’s new home
Habitat - Deborah Davis
Habitat for Humanity of Kershaw County Re-Store Manager Deborah Davis (right) assists a customer inside the Re-Store’s new home at 16 East DeKalb St. in Camden as a volunteer works in the background. Habitat’s offices, which used to be inside the United Way of Kershaw County’s Holstein Center, have also moved to the new location, where Fellers Furniture used to operate.
Habitat for Humanity’s Re-Store opened at its new location -- 16 East DeKalb St. in Camden, the former home of Fellers Furniture -- on Wednesday morning. Habitat officials and volunteers have spent the last month and a half or so moving from its Broad Street location, where it opened in 2008.