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Habitat for Humanity Georgetown ReStore

2108 N Austin Ave.

Georgetown, TX 78626

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Refresh your home decor and get ready for the holiday season by creating a handmade wooden tray made from repurposed pallet wood found at the ReStore!

Join Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County's ReStore Director Sterlin Hale to learn how to make this piece using materials from the Georgetown ReStore. Then hear from local paint expert Terri Hall from Lowes of Leander as she shows you how to customize the piece using paint, stain, stencils and other creative embellishments.

Pallet wood serving trays are the perfect addition to any room in the home:
- Dining room centerpieces
- Living room serving trays
- Bathroom organizers
- Bedroom dinner trays
- Game room remote holders
- Kids room craft supply organizers

For just $5, you will be able to make and take home this fun project, while being able to explore the the wide variety of home renovation and decor items found at the Georgetown ReStore. By supporting the ReStore, you are helping local families achieve strength, stability and self-reliance through sustainable homeownership.

You must RSVP on Evenbrite to guarantee your spot for the event! *$5 donation will be collected at the event

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Habitat for Humanity Georgetown ReStore

2108 N Austin Ave.

Georgetown, TX 78626

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