New Sugar House D.I. more than a thrift store

A newly dedicated welfare center in Salt lake City represents more than just a thrift store, Church leaders said during the dedication of the Sugar House Deseret Industries building on June 8.

After more than seventy years serving the Sugar House community, the second Deseret Industries to open in Utah closed its doors to welcome a new, much larger facility only blocks away from the original store.

"Inside this facility devoted people will extend lifting and helping hands to those whose lives will be transformed for the better," said President Henry B. Eyring, first counselor in the First Presidency. "Generations will be blessed because of what will happen here."

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