Several Kosse residents showed up to support the new Dime a Dozen Ranch Boutique, located next door to Bushwhacker’s Salon on South Mignonette St, for the Grand Opening Ceremony on Saturday, April 30. Though owner and local Misti Wigley opened her shop to customers about a month ago now, the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony hosted by the Kosse EDC and city employees allowed people the opportunity to get better acquainted with Wigley and her family, plus browse sale racks and buy gypsy/rancher/boho items displayed throughout the store.
Michael and Brandi Jones of Jones Funeral Services recently made a $1,000 donation to the Limestone Cancer Support Group. Peggy Franklin, board member and secretary for the group accepted the donation. The Limestone Cancer Support Group is a local charity which provides assistance to Limestone County citizens who are undergoing cancer treatment. Contributed photo.
Sandcastle Seasonings prides itself on chef-driven, handcrafted, and dedicated salts and spices. Owners Nate and Cass Thomas are very excited to start this new journey in Groesbeck and welcome you all to come by and learn about what they can offer you. Located at 104 N. Railroad St. in Groesbeck on Thursday, April 28 the Groesbeck Chamber of Commerce was happy to celebrate them as new members with a ribbon-cutting at their Grand Opening event. As well as their new location, they will also be set up at the Limestone Farmers Market weekly from 4 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at 302 W. Navasota (Parkette - Mural). Go by and check them out! Learn more about Sandcastle Seasonings at www.sandcastleseasonings.com To learn more about joining the Gesbeck Chamber of Commerce, visit their website at www.groesbeckchamber.com. Edgar Estrada photo/Groesbeck Journal See a full profile of Sandcastle Seasonings with a full interview with owner Nate Thomas in next week’s Journal issue.
This year’s Limestone County Master Gardeners class members are working toward completing their 50 hours of training. The group has attended classes on subjects such as plant growth and development, plant pathology, soil, turf grass, vegetable gardening, water, pesticides and entomology. They will soon begin their 50 hours of volunteer services in Limestone County. On a field trip to the Antique Rose Emporium in Independence, front row, from left, are Margaret Grice, Susan Potts, Beth Cornett and Sheila Puryear; back, Doug Potts, Jesse Tucker and Dawn Chadwell. For more information about the Master Gardener program, contact the Limestone County Agri-Life Extension office at 254-729-5314. Contributed photo.
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