Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 10:21 PM EDT
When some people start helping others, they just can't stop. Earlier this year, a Black Mountain woman collected donations for someone in church and realized there are so many more to help.
In small spaces, big ideas sometimes thrive. Millie Lewis walks News 13 through a unique boutique in Black Mountain called The Tack Room.
A Christian foster care group called the Bair Foundation refers people in need to this tiny store with so much love inside. The inventory is donated by the community. The extra care comes from Millie.
Millie Lewis has big plans. She hopes to move the operation into a barn someday. If you're interested in donating items, or even a barn, click here.
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