The Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Mankato celebrated their 11th anniversary on Saturday. 

The store sells slightly used appliances and building tools, at a significantly lower cost, than those in regular retail stores.

ReStore Manager Jeff Devins said they have been successful, and it means a lot that they have come so far.
"It shows that we're actually a presence in the city of Mankato and the surrounding areas," said Devins. 

 "We go out a little bit farther than we had in the past, we're growing in leaps and bounds."
Employees handed out free hot dogs, popcorn, and gave away special discounts to customers and donors.

--KEYC News 12