The Fulton County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism welcomed Occupational Services Inc.'s (OSI) new thrift store, Treasure Trove, to McConnellsburg with a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Thursday evening. The thrift store showcases a large variety of items, including clothing, furniture and household goods. Proceeds from the store benefit OSI programs, which provide vocational services to individuals with disabilities and other obstacles to employment. Cutting the ribbon are chamber President Mark Washabaugh and OSI Director Michael Jamison. Also pictured on the porch are chamber members Andy Washabaugh, Deb Toothman and OSI board members Ed Wenger and Bud Faubel. Pictured on the sidewalk are Linda Mayo, OSI assistant director; Brenda Thomas, OSI lead job coach; and Michelle Lane, OSI program manager. The Treasure Trove is open Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and is located at 202 Lincoln Way East.