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MoneyWorks: Lancaster Creative Reuse

Written by Craig Layne, Morning Edition Host/Reporter | May 3, 2012 9:38 PM

(Lancaster) -- When there's too much glue, glitter, paper, yarn and other crafting supplies, much of it ends up at Lancaster Creative Reuse. The project of the non-profit Keystone Art and Culture Center in Lancaster opened in 2010 and is now expanding. As part of our MoneyWorks series, witf's Craig Layne talks with project dirctor Andrea Stoner Leaman about how Lancaster Creative Reuse is saving people money.

Lancaster Creative Reuse is located in the Stahr Center at 438 N. Queen St. in Lancaster. More details can be found on the LCR Website or by calling 717-341-4850.

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