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New shop in Neillsville offers repurposed décor

12:14 PM, May 7, 2013
Sisters Lisa Reavley, left, and Stacie Campbell are ready for the grand opening of their new shop, Resurrect. It is located on West Sixth Street, downtown Neillsville.
Sisters Lisa Reavley, left, and Stacie Campbell are ready for the grand opening of their new shop, Resurrect. It is located on West Sixth Street, downtown Neillsville.
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It takes a special talent to be able to restore something for purposeful use. But there are some people who see beauty in such objects before and after they have been repaired, painted or restored to be made beautiful again.

But what do people do when they've found and restored the beauty of décor for the home? The answer might seem unusual: they open a shop.

Resurrect, a new shop will be opening in Neillsville on Friday. This shop will feature home décor, antiques, furniture, new and up-cycled items for the home. ...

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