Winchester Man Buys Out Closing Retail Store For Charity

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/19/2012 12:32 am
Times are tough, but that's not stopping a Winchester man from giving.

And talk about a gift!

A Kmart store was closing down, so a man named Rankin Paynter decided to buy everything that was left in the store to give to charity.

'Clark County Community Services' is the lucky recipient of $200,000 worth of merchandise.

The non-profit operates a food bank and a clothes closet to help people in need.
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