Ghouling somewhere?

Published 12:00 am Saturday, September 24, 2011

Miracle Workers Tony Douglas as an angel and Annelle Betts as a skeleton model adult costumes.

If Spongebob, Disney princesses and the like are on your list of Halloween costume must-haves, then look no further than the Meredith’s Miracle’s thrift shop.

There, costumes – which range in size from newborn to adults and seen at major department stores – are half of the marked price, said Tony Douglas, the manager of the Meredith’s Miracle‘s thrift store located across from St. Mary’s Episcopal Church.

“Thanks to the generosity of an anynomous donor, we’re able to offer these to the general public,” Douglas said of the costumes. “We’ve also got everything you need to make your own great Halloween costume from make-up and false eyelashes to the most adorable onesies.”

Douglas said the onesies, which range in size from newborn to 24-months are $1 each. Halloween t-shirts, which are available up to a 2XL, are $2.50 each.

“This is such a fun time, dressing up,” Douglas said. “We’re so excited to be able to have this kind of merchandise. People should shop early, though, before it’s all gone.”

Store hours are Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and on Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon.