Batesville Area Chamber holds ribbon cuttings

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The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce held three ribbon-cuttings over the past week.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for Farmhouse Creations, Thursday, Oct. 31, at 1683 Batesville Blvd. in Southside. Farmhouse Creations is described by the chamber as “…a one-stop shop for farmhouse décor, handmade candles, and gifts. They are also an authorized Case Dealer for specialty knives.” For more information, visit their Facebook page or call (870) 612-0081.

Ambassadors in attendance included:  Bridget Goforth (Bank of Cave City), Julie Hinkle (Bank of Cave City), Adam Curtwright (Centennial Bank), Rachael Fisher (First Community Bank), Cara Taylor (Peco Foods), Brook Cossey (Rawk Imprinting), Carter Ford (State Farm – Carter Ford), Courteney Muse (Southern Bank), David Jernigan (Southern Bank), Chad Whiteaker (White River Now), and Gena Reis (White River Now).

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A ceremony was also held for Family Chiropractic Care, Tuesday, Nov. 5, at 60 Allen Chapel Rd. in Southside. Family Chiropractic Care specializes in healing and restoring efficient movement and comfort as quickly as possible, according to the chamber. For more information, visit their website holtfamilychiropractic.com or call (870) 251-2560.

Ambassadors in attendance included:  Morgun Henson (David’s Home & Sleep Center), Brittney Harris (Independence County Off-Road), Cara Taylor (Peco Foods), Josh Settimio (Rich Realty), Angela Wilcoxon (Southern Bank), Courteney Muse (Southern Bank), David Jernigan (Southern Bank), Kim Whitten (UACCB), Ashley Johnson (White River Health System Foundation), and Chad Whiteaker (White River Now).

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And a ceremony was also held for Olde Towne Mall, Thursday, Nov. 7, at 407 E. Main St. in Batesville, which is under new ownership. Olde Towne Mall Upscale Flea Market is comprised of 15,000 square feet, over 100 vendor booths, and two levels to shop. Open Monday through Sunday, Olde Towne Mall is home to local craftsmen, gifts, antiques, vintage and new items, décor, and an assortment of fried pies, Amish jams & jellies, fudge, and rock candy. For more information, visit their Facebook page or call (870) 698-0059.

Ambassadors in attendance included:  Bridget Goforth (Bank of Cave City), Julie Hinkle (Bank of Cave City), Ashley Engles (Citizens Bank), Morgun Henson (David’s Home & Sleep Center), Lindy Hopper (First Community Bank), Pasha Alexander (First Community Bank), Tammy Foster (First Community Bank), Brittney Harris (Independence County Off-Road), Brooke Cossey (Rawk Imprinting), Mandi Curtwright (Main Street Batesville), Courteney Muse (Southern Bank), David Jernigan (Southern Bank), Kim Whitten (UACCB), Ashley Johnson (White River Health System Foundation), Chad Whiteaker (White River Now), and Gena Ries (White River Now). 

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