Creating an ‘oasis’ of hope

By LAKEADRA COFFEY,

A Coila man who has dedicated his life to helping victims of crimes and domestic violence get back on their feet recently opened a thrift store to aid in his efforts to open transitional housing.

Alonzo Lewis II said while holding a yard sale, the idea came to him to open a thrift store.  

 
 
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