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Resale Select, the nonprofit retail store run by Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners, hosted its Ladies Night shopping event Sept. 15. Every purchase benefited local families supported by the Plymouth-based nonprofit organization. This year, the store’s $650,000 sales goal will continue to support basic needs services such as the food shelf, employment and family support. (Sun photo by Jason Jenkins)

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Ellie Singer, organizer for Resale Select’s Ladies Night, is one of the many volunteers for Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners. (Sun photo by Jason Jenkins)

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Eden Prairie resident Tom Achartz stands with Resale Select Team Manager Sonja Carr during the store’s Ladies Night shopping event, which also featured a selection of men’s and children’s items. (Sun photo by Jason Jenkins)

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A second room filled with household goods and furniture is a new addition for the Resale Select retail store at Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners. (Sun photo by Jason Jenkins)

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Many volunteers work to keep Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners’ Resale Select store up and running. Since opening the store in 2011, more than 5 million pounds of clothing have been sorted, sold or re-donated and saved from landfills and volunteer community members have worked 150,000 hours to help run the store. (Submitted photo)

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Community members visit Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners Sept. 15 to shop the Ladies Night event at the nonprofit organization’s Resale Select store. (Sun photo by Jason Jenkins)

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Resale Select at Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners hosted its Ladies Night shopping event Sept. 15. The nonprofit store accepts donated merchandise from the community such as clothes, household goods and furniture. (Sun photo by Jason Jenkins)

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