House of Concern employee Bob Adkins would seem to be more dedicated to his place of employment than the average worker. That’s partly because Bob knows first-hand that a large number of Seneca County’s residents are well-served by the Food Bank and Thrift Store the House of Concern operates.
He also knows first-hand how the thrift store operates and is always looking for ways to display the items the thrift store sells. He also noted that the check-out area could work better for both employees and customers with a few changes. So he and his wife made their annual contribution to the House of Concern an extremely practical one. He designed and constructed a new check-out counter and sales station and installed it in the Thrift Store.
The new counter includes display space, cash register area and storage. Bob also relocated the check-out area to provide easier access and better traffic flow in the store area.
Stop by and “check-out” the new counter, and be sure to thank Bob for his generous donation!