YORK-Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10am on Thursday, May 4 to celebrate the opening of its newest ReStore site on the Peninsula. Located at 4824 George Washington Memorial Highway in York County, the ReStore moved into the space that was once occupied by The Yorktown Crier-Poquoson Post and is adjacent to Langley Federal Credit Union.
The casual event is predicted to last less than an hour and will be held rain or shine. All guests will be invited inside the new ReStore for refreshments after the ribbon cutting. Those in attendance will be among the first community members to see the new location prior to its grand opening on Saturday, May 6.
There are two other Habitat for Humanity ReStores located on the Peninsula. They can be found at 371 Chatham Dr. in Newport News and 1303 Jamestown Rd. in Williamsburg. For more information about Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg’s ReStores, visit its website.