Karla Oubre didn’t expect to become the unofficial historian in residence at the Interfaith Hand Me Up boutique in the spring, but after identifying the original owners of two old books, the title seems to fit.
Oubre has volunteered at the store for about 10 years since hearing her sister-in-law talk about her volunteer experience there. She enjoys the camaraderie of volunteers and finding treasures among the gifts that are made.
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