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March 06, 2008

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William Gilbert

Just a note: Ross Clothes For Less does not recycle their incoming packaging material, or the semi-used soda bottles from their worker's frig. This company may be a west coast operation. We are in Corvallis, Oregon. I am 65 and my employed girl friend is 57. ...bill

Greengranny

Bill, I have not heard of that store, but I'm sure those practices are common. Let's try to let businesses know that we notice such things.

Carol Clevenger

I purchased locally spun yarn and hand-carved lilac branch needles from a living history museum. I supported the museum shop, enjoyed an afternoon with out-of-town guests, and knitted cool mittens and cap all in one operation. What a deal!

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