Habitat’s ReStore selling Ironton’s historic traffic signalsPublished 12:00am Sunday, September 29, 2013
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Huntington Area Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore has received some old signals from the city of Ironton, after the traffic lights were recently replaced at some downtown intersections.
“Many of you have have sat in front of these over the years and now is your chance to own a part of history,” said ReStore manager JB Miller, aN Ironton native. “We are pleased the City of Ironton has chosen to donate them all to us. All proceeds of sales will help build Habitat homes in Lawrence County and Cabell County in West Virginia and should be available for purchase beginning Tuesday at 9 a.m.”
The ReStore will also be clearing all furniture including booths, chairs and tables from the local Red Lobster restaurant in Huntington as part of that store’s remodel and expects to have those items for sale on Wednesday along with nearly four truckloads of office furnishings from a local hospital.
Huntington Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a non-profit business that accepts donations from business and individuals and picks them up for free. In turn, items are reduced 50 percent off their retail price and sold in their store at 240 Third Ave. in Huntington with all proceeds going to build Habitat Houses.
Store hours are Monday thru Friday 9 to 6 and Saturdays from 9 to 4 p.m.
To donate or volunteer call (304) 781-1333