Old Mervyns store getting new life
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Volunteer Joseph Chaney, left, and warehouse supervisor William Woolery prep a store room for painting at the ReStore, which is run by the Yuba-Sutter affiliate of Habitat for Humanity, Monday, January 21, 2013, at the old Mervyns building in Marysville.
Old Mervyns store getting new life.
After nearly five years of sitting mostly vacant and unused, the Mervyns building in downtown Marysville has new life, thanks to Habitat for Humanity.
During a tour of the building before it opened, almost everything in Marysville's largest store can spur a story — except, maybe, fo. Read Old Mervyns store getting new life...