MAPLETON – Township officials have been cutting ribbons and celebrating with new businesses all over this township.
It has been a “grand” time this month, with openings and open houses – and there are more to come.
The Pretty Penny, an upscale women’s consignment and gift boutique located in Moorefield, hosted its grand opening on June 1.
Store owner Erica Klaassen had been putting the finishing touches on the location prior to opening the doors for the first time.
The store offers handcrafted décor items, personalized mugs, cups and travel containers, jewelry and much more.
The Corner Krest Hair Salon and Barber opened its doors and invited everyone to see on June 8 the transformed space at 24 Wellington Street S.
The business offers a wide variety of hair treatments.
The Sign Depot, which opened in Mapleton in November, waited until last week to celebrate.
With 25 years of experience in branding and sign making, the business offers all kinds of work, from small cottage signs to large corporations and gateway signage.
Core Fuels cut the ribbon on its new facility just outside of Alma last week.
This family-run business has been operating in Stratford since 1972 and recently took an expansion to Mapleton.