GLOVERSVILLE - A new consignment shop featuring clothing and accessories for children and teens recently opened downtown.
Encore Kids, 34 N. Main St., in the Schine Building, is Lexington Center's new retail venture. The store features gently used higher-end clothing and accessories for children ages six through 16 in sizes ranging from 5 to juniors, according to a news release.
People also can bring gently used items for children and teens to sell on consignment. For more information, call 773-4649. Store hours are Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lexington’s new retail venture Encore Kids, 34 N. Main St., Gloversville, recently had a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce with . Shown from left are Shaloni Winston, Lexington executive director; Bill Derby, chamber ambassador, of Derby Office Equipment; Judy Schelle, member of Lexington Board of Directors; Ned Hirt, Lexington Human Resources Division director; Lexington’s Letta Gardner; Ashley Walton, program manager of Lexington’s Employment Opportunities; Lexington’s division director for Residential Supports Cecilia Hazzard; Encore Kids Store Manager Ann Nicollela; Lexington Deputy Executive Director Dan Richardson; Lexington’s Pam Brownell; Wally Hart, Lexington’s Division Director for Business and Community Development; Chamber Membership Assistant Michelle Marzullo and Gloversville BID Member and Mohawk Harvest Co-operative Market Manager Chris Curro.
The store celebrated recently with a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce.