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Summer goods outlet marks second year in former McCall Drug

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After Albertsons Companies purchased the McCall Drug, it moved the pharmacy into the nearby expanded grocery store building.

But for the second summer, it is making use of the former drug store building to sell summer goods at outlet pricing. The Albertsons Summer Outdoor Center carries grills, water toys, coolers, tents, camp chairs, outdoor furniture and more.

This is the second summer for the outlet shop.

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