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Snooty Fox spins off Angel Fox
 

By: Mary Lu Listermann

"It isn't a Snooty Fox; it's an Angel Fox - with a charitable purpose.

A spin-off of the Snooty Fox consignment chain owned by Donna Speigel, Angel Fox is a family thrift boutique opening 10 a.m. Friday at 501 Madison Ave. in Covington.

The shop will sell used clothing for women, men and children, maternity, jewelry as well as children's toys and books.

"Everything in the store will be affordable, under $20," Donna Speigel said, "and uphold the Snooty Fox's standards to be in clean and good condition."

The non-profit boutique was created by Speigel to help raise funds for the Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati in Covington. The center's focus is to offer educational therapy for children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida and other motor challenges.

Proceeds from sales at Angel Fox will be added to the learning center's general operating fund and help create scholarships for children, enabling those in need to attend, Speigel said.

Speigel knows about conductive learning first hand. Her 4-year-old grandson, Dayton, has cerebral palsy. For the last two years she has taken him to Grand Rapids, Mich., to attend the Conductive Learning Center at Aquinas College, the only center of its kind in the country."

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