The PTA Thrift Shops in Carrboro and Chapel Hill have sold secondhand clothing and other goods for 65 years to support local schools. PTA members at those schools now are questioning whether the nonprofit thrift shop will return to its mission after cutting funds in recent years to help pay for a construction project at the Carrboro location.
The PTA Thrift Shops in Carrboro and Chapel Hill have sold secondhand clothing and other goods for 65 years to support local schools. PTA members at those schools now are questioning whether the nonprofit thrift shop will return to its mission after cutting funds in recent years to help pay for a construction project at the Carrboro location. Staff photo File photo
The PTA Thrift Shops in Carrboro and Chapel Hill have sold secondhand clothing and other goods for 65 years to support local schools. PTA members at those schools now are questioning whether the nonprofit thrift shop will return to its mission after cutting funds in recent years to help pay for a construction project at the Carrboro location. Staff photo File photo

Frustrated parents say Chapel Hill’s PTA Thrift Shop still isn’t answering questions

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