Minto Chamber of Commerce celebrates five new businesses

MINTO  – The Minto Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Town of Minto, announced the successful completion of five ribbon-cutting ceremonies on May 16, marking the official welcoming of new businesses to the community. 

The businesses visited during this occasion were:

– Lost Angels Barbershop located in Palmerston, owned by Jeton Ademi;

– Golden Tree Cannabis, located in Palmerston, owned by Terra Orsagunye and Anthony Orsagunye; 

– Homestyle Bites and Catering, located in Harriston, owned by Stacy Weber;

– Nadur, located in Harriston, owned by Maggie Riley; and

– Eh-2-Zed, located in Harriston, owned by Jan Campbell. 

The new additions bring a diverse range of services and products, contributing to the vibrant and dynamic business landscape of Minto. 

The Minto Chamber of Commerce congratulated the owners noting the ribbon-cutting ceremonies symbolize the chamber’s commitment to fostering economic growth and creating a thriving business environment in Minto.