Edgerton Celebrates Five Businesses With Main Street Ribbon Cuttings

Frager WEBCommunities love to welcome new businesses and this past week, the Edgerton Chamber of Commerce celebrated five ribbon cuttings for the most recent businesses to open in the village. Downtown Edgerton continues the tradition of a barber shop and welcomes a flower shop, investment/insurance business, meat market and salon. Edgerton continues to grow and welcomes you! Pictured here from Frager’s Barber Shop Are: Left to right: Dawn Fitzcharles, Etta Pence, owners Aaron Frager and Phil Frager, Christian Elden, Mayor Lance Bowsher and Susan Herman. Longtime barber Phil Frager welcomes son Aaron to the family business.

 

Floral Designs WEBPictured here from Floral Designs are: Left to right: Maor Lance Bowsher, Christian Elden, owner Julie Cape, designer Celeste Rossman, Etta Pence, Dawn Fitzcharles and Susan Herman. Flowers, balloons and home accents. A little something for everyone.

 

Yarger Flegal WEBPictured here from Yarger Flegal are: Left to right: Mayor Lance Bowsher, Christian Elden, owners Cherie Yarger and Carl Yarger, owners Tom Flegal and Camie Flegal and Susan Herman. Specializing in investments and insurance options for your family.

 

Edgerton Meats WEBPictured here from Edgerton Meats are: Left to right: Mayor Lance Bowsher, Rachel Wickerham, owners Brenda Wickerham and Doug Wickerham, Christian Elden and Susan Herman. Full service meat market providing quality products.

 

New Creations Studio WEBPictured here from New Creations Studio are: Left to right: Mayor Lance Bowsher, Christian Elden, Kiersten Blue of NCS, Etta Pence, Dave Casebere, Dawn Fitzcharles. Missing from photo was owner Nannette Guillaume. Offering a wide variety of salon options for all.

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