Your Hometown Thrift Store – Voted Mason County's Favorite!
* Please call before you donate, as donation hours vary. Thank you donors for your generous support – and for your patience as at times we have had to suspend accepting donations while we catch up with processing them. Please note, on days we do take donations, they always end at 4:00 P.M.
* Mask required for admittance, no exceptions. Masks are available for purchase at the door.
Welcome to Nifty Thrifty Shelton
Manager Michelle Marks and staff welcome you! Our goal is to give you the best possible thrift shopping experience.
We are confident that you will be pleased with our ever-changing selection of quality items and low prices. Remember, if you see it today, it might not be here tomorrow!
“They don’t make ’em like they used to… Good thing we can find ’em at Nifty Thrifty!”
From shoes to jewelry to housewares, knick-knacks, casual to formal clothes, tools, one-of-a-kind items, antiques, books and so much more – if you’re looking for it, don’t forget to look at Nifty Thrifty!
Heck, you’re likely to find something you didn’t know you always needed. Affordably!
Superbly organized, beautifully displayed. Nifty Thrifty, at our location on Railroad Avenue, allows us to proudly highlight our quality clothing, books, fabrics, housewares, electronics and more.
All items are local donations; they are tastefully lighted and lovingly displayed.
HISTORY The Nifty Thrifty store was conceived by the Mason County Senior Activities Association (MCSAA) in 1988 to provide an on-going revenue source so the Mason County Senior Activities Center could be self-funding. Hattie and John Luhm championed the idea with the help of MCSAA Board President Lou Redman and Center Director Marge Emsley-Brown.
Nifty Thrifty remains the major funding source of MCSAA to this day. After 25 years, the store relocated in September 2013 to the former Activities Center building at 826 W. Railroad Avenue.