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Chamber ribbon cutting…

mini mall ribbon cuttingDSC_0917Gettysburg’s newest business, the 212 Mini Mall, celebrated its grand opening on Monday, July 7 with a ribbon cutting by the Chamber of Commerce. The new building, located on the highway in Gettysburg, features a variety of fun stores under one roof and offered prizes and gifts throughout the day during the grand opening event. Pictured holding the ribbon on the left is Chamber second vice president Angelia Hiles of Potter County Implement, and Chamber president Jeannee Anderson of Vision Care on the right. Holding the scissors in the front from the 212 Mini Mall are Ellen Logan, manager Beth Hamburger, and Bridget Lake. Also pictured are Sara Wuttke of the 212 Mini Mall, Janae Logan of the 212 Mini Mall, Bonnie Holzwarth of Gettysburg Flowers, Mary Combellick, Haley Logan of the 212 Mini Mall, Sandi Shutter, Kevin Logan of the 212 Mini Mall, Norm Kostboth of Great Western Bank, Janet Madsen of Grassland Gourmet/Usborn Books, Dr. Jeff Wolff of Wolff Chiropractic, Kim Sheehan of Great Western Bank, Silvia Sloat of Westside Antiques, Chamber treasurer Bobby Jenner of Potter County Implement, Edith Schwenn, Estelle Wainman of Vision Care, Stacy Larson of In-Stitches, Robin Howell, and Vaughn Larson. The 212 Mini Mall has a drive up window for food and coffee, and they also serve breakfast from 7 to 10:30 a.m.  The store hours are Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and the number is 765-9331.

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