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Cutting the ribbon were (from left) front row: Barb Caruso, Pat Waugh, Frank Goodyear of the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce; Bran Lueken, Joni Lueken Annie Ashcrafti of Hapiface; Parker Town Manager, Lori Wedemeyer; and back row: Dean Caruso, Don
Around Town Raising Awareness Originally published October 03, 2012 From Staff Reports Eighteen ribbons made their debut Monday in downtown Frederick as part of the Pink Ribbon Path Project, a public art project sponsored by the Hurwitz Breast Cancer
Tita, Bob and Justine Anderson, Ann Zion and Brady Ward of Fromarc Insurance Agency Inc. cut a ribbon Thursday, Sept. 27, during a ceremony celebrating the business' 27th anniversary. TahoeChamber.org Fromarc Insurance Agency marked its 27th
Residents who have members of the military in their families say they've been stripped of the one local connection they have with their loved ones. "I'd look at the ribbon, and I'd say, 'Honey, I love you, be safe, and please return home to us,' and
Following the ribbon cutting, there will be refreshments, drawings and demonstrations from noon to 5 p.m., according to a press release.
Are all events that feature a pink ribbon necessarily sponsored by Susan G...The answer is no; anyone can use a pink ribbon to symbolize breast cancer awareness and support for increased funding for research. So, if you feel like announcing your
George colors ahead of Victory Day (RIA Novosti / Vitaliy Belousov) (4.4Mb) embed video As Victory Day is approaches, volunteers all over Russia have started handing out orange-and-black ribbons. The ribbons symbolize the victory of 1945...Orange
The Eureka Chamber of Commerce will take part in a ribbon-cutting for Bar-Fly Pub & Grub on Monday at 1 p.m. at the freshly remodeled pub at 91 Commercial St. The pub offers such fare as fresh local Ling Cod fish and chips, hamburgers and chili.
29 a.m.CDT The Greater Newton Area Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of Pit Stop Liquors on First Avenue. Owner Traci Newendorp and her staff were excited to cut the ribbon and celebrate with other
Soon after Paulette Knight graduated from high school in Jacksonville, her father's work relocated the family to San Mateo. "While on our way west," she recalls, "my mother dropped me at Stephens College in Columbia, Mo." There, Knight studied