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1. Lisa Bednar Cook (standing, third from left) created Tattle Tails resale shop to benefit the Humane Society for Hamilton County. Shelter volunteers and dogs gathered Wednesday evening for a preview night of the shop, and included Stephanie Hall, Greenfield, (sitting, front left) with Camille; and Catherine Kyler, Fishers, with Bugs; Avalon Dugan, Lawrence (standing, from left) with Scooter; Becki Francis, Noblesville; Bednar Cook; Amanda Ryan, Noblesville, outreach manager; Gloria Kottlowski, Fishers; Sue Vetter, Carmel (middle row, second from right); and Lisa Rodriguez, Fishers (middle row, right). The Times photo by Betsy Reason
It's the name of a new resale shop in Noblesville.
But it's not just any shop. Sales from the shop go to the dogs, and cats. Literally.
The resale shop was created by Lisa Bednar Cook, 55, Fishers, an animal lover and supporter of the Humane Society for Hamilton County in Noblesville.
The grand opening is 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at 2350 E. Conner St., Noblesville, and will offer refreshments and door prizes.
Tattle Tails will rely on donations of new and gently used women's clothing, accessories, home décor, furniture, unique gifts and pet items. Donations are tax-deductible. The shop will be operated by volunteers. All net proceeds will go to the Humane Society.
Tattle Tails is located inside of Noblesville Resale Shops, a new indoor mall also opening Saturday.
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