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Brenda Lovely, Nicole Wood and Tonya Bates at Whit’s Thrift Store, 1302 Ford St., Ogdensburg, display several backpacks packed with the essentials that are being given to those in need during store hours. Matt Curatolo/Watertown Daily Times

OGDENSBURG — Whit’s Thrift Store, 1302 Ford St., is doing its part to help those in need.

After opening the thrift store in October 2021, Nicole H. Wood said that it was apparent that there were people in need, some homeless, struggling day to day.

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