The newly expanded book department at the Greenville Regional Hospital Auxiliary’s Thrift Shop opened Monday.
The annual book fair will no longer be held. Books can now be purchased six days a week at the Thrift Shop.
Linda Hampton, chairman of the book department, said the area will have the same categories and quality of books as there were at the book fairs.
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Hampton said book donations from the public will be necessary for the department to continue to be a success.
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Most books are sold for $1 apiece, with special items and current year books marked up.
Another popular department at the Thrift Shop is Tune Town, which offers various configurations of music for sale, from vinyl to CD to cassette to 8 track tape.
Department chair Kevin Leitheiser said public donations are welcome and the selection spans all types of music with vinyl albums categorized.
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The Thrift Shop has made its changeover of merchandise for the spring.