Habitat for Humanity outlet opens; proceeds help families get homes


Darwyn Proehl of Greenfield (left) chats with Habitat for Humanity ReStore manager David Hazel while making a purchase Wednesday. The Greenfield location is Habitat for Humanity of Greater Indianapolis%u2019 second ReStore location in its service area of Marion, Hendricks and Hancock counties. (Jim Mayfield / Daily Reporter)

HANCOCK COUNTY — Darwyn Proehl and his buddy, Roger Aldefer, wandered among the merchandise at Greenfield’s new Habitat for Humanity ReStore Wednesday, noting every few paces how much they needed one thing or another.

“They’ve got a little bit of everything,” came Proehl’s voice from down one aisle. “Hey, I could use this.”

What precisely Proehl found as he nosed around isn’t known, but the possibilities ran from electric cooking range tops to furniture, sinks, counters, furniture, electrical tape and 12-gauge wire to lighting fixtures, grinding wheels and clamps.

And that was at the front of the store.

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