When I moved here, I was surprised at the local Goodwill store. If you're looking for clothes or kid's stuff, this is THE place for you to find a pretty good bargain. On the other hand, if you're used to bigger thrift stores in larger areas, you might want to avoid this one. The clothes are not separated out by any means but type. As a larger lady, it's impossible to find anything to fit me, even though I'm sure there are items there. The prices are a bit higher than what I'm used to. A small 1 ft x 1 ft medieval looking flat pillow/tapesty was $5.00! But my husband did find a messanger bag there for $2. That I think was the find of the century. The clothes aren't marked with a colored tag like most Goodwills, and except for 1/2 price day, they're overpriced. The worst thing, for me, is the lack of furniture! They don't sell anything larger than a small TV, which is very disappointing. I'm used to finding exercise equipment, furniture and craft supplies at my Good Will, and this one has none. Parking is a nightmare and the store is always a mess. You have to be patient to find anything of value, and the headache is usually not worth it.