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NOV. 3, 2008 - VOL. 44 NO. 2t.

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November Ribbon Cuttings & Groundbreakings

Ribbon cutting ceremonies provide new or expanding businesses an opportunity to promote their products or services. These events are organized free of charge for members and are held Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The Chamber invites members of the Board of Directors, members of the Ambassador and Diplomat committees, and local elected officials to share in the event. The Chamber member requests the date and the Chamber staff assists by organizing the agenda and providing the ribbon and scissors.

Ribbon Cutting photos are printed in each issue of Chamber News. The Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon cuttings for members to celebrate joining the Chamber, anniversaries, grand openings, expansions or remodelings.

Ribbon cutting photos are sized in high-resolution format on the web for 90 days following their publication date in the print issue of Chamber News. Members may download photos to make their own prints of any of the images included during that time period. One photo will be included in the Ribbon Cutting archives following that 90-day period.

For more information on how to schedule a ribbon cutting, contact Amy Farr at 605.336.1620. For more information on how to schedule a groundbreaking, contact Diane Andresen at the Sioux Falls Development Foundation at 605.339.0103.

Ribbon Cuttings & Groundbreakings from the November 3, 2008 Issue of Chamber News

AMaVo Ribbon Cutting
AMaVo is an eclectic mix of the old and the new, specializing in women’s clothing, shoes, accessories and gifts. L to R: Susan Vos, Ken Vos, Andrea Dick (general manager), Lyle Dabbert, Dean Karsky, Lynda Billars, Kathy Jurgens and Allison Vos.

Canterbury Village Ribbon Cutting
Canterbury Village is maintenance-free, carefree luxury coduminiums at a great value with a pool, clubhouse and fitness center all on site. L to R: Eric Anderson, Bill Rezac, Jennifer Fleming, Norm Drake (owner/developer), Lee Andersen, Dale Thorpe and Aaron Hultgren.

Carhart Lumber Company Ribbon Cutting
Since 1921, Carhart Lumber Company has been family-owned and operated with 10 full-service locations. L to R: Joel Oltmanns, Scott Gerdes, Dean Karsky, Kim Carhart Hepburn (vice president), Gita Hendricks, Karen Noonan, Carol Jandera and Rob Lanzen.

Chris Lien for Congress Ribbon Cutting
Chris Lien is seeking election as South Dakota’s voice in the U.S. House of Representatives. L to R: Mike Billeter, Ritch Noble, Karen Noonan, Lynda Billars, Jack Dyvig, Chris Lien (candidate), Hugh Weber and Drew Peterson.

Comprehensive Breast Care Ribbon Cutting
Comprehensive Breast Care is a clinic dedicated to the treatment of breast diseases. L to R: Karen Noonan, Bonnie Peterson, Liz Lloyd, Dr. Juliann Reiland-Smith (owner), Lori Lewison, Cindy Ludens, Eric Anderson and Sarah Thompson.

Complete Nutrition Ribbon Cutting
Complete Nutrition is dedicated to providing Sioux Falls with the best nutritional products, with outstanding service and the best prices. L to R: Duane Noerenberg, Josh Frank, Dave Fleck, Liz Lloyd, Eric Wiedel (co-owner), Shelly Wiedel (co-owner), Eric Anderson and Kathy Telsaa.

David Fashions for Men and Women Ribbon Cutting
David Fashions for Men and Women is a high-end men’s and women’s clothing store that sells casual wear, dress wear, formal wear, outer wear, fine leathers and foot wear. L to R: Lynda Billars, Eric Anderson, Dave Fleck, David (owner), David , Jr., Mary and Lisa Schultz.

EYE-SITE by Howlin Vision Ribbon Cutting
EYE-SITE by Howlin Vision provides comprehensive eye care using the latest technology. L to R: Dr. Jim Schwerin, Eric Anderson, Dr. Wayne Slothouber (president), Dean Karsky, Dr. Lisa Kollis-Young, Karen Noonan, Dr. Chuck Howlin, Bill Rezac, Marlene Slothouber and Carol Ekse.

Farmers Union Insurance Ribbon Cutting
Farmers Union Insurance is a multi-line insurance organization featuring home, auto, farm and commercial insurance. L to R: Ron West, Mary Johnson, Marv Miller, Curt Soehl (district manager), Dave Stadheim, Lyle Dabbert, Eric Anderson, Wayne Bartscher and Tracy Skuza.

Hello Gorgeous Ribbon Cutting
Hello Gorgeous is a salon of wellness offering non-toxic, organic and all-natural products and services to help you feel happier, healthier and younger. L to R: Carol Jandera, Ali Doorneweerd, Bruno Balden, Dale Thorpe, AprilSue King (owner), Dean Karsky, Marcy Shay, Lindsey Caspers and Karen Noonan.

Hubbel Apartment Living (Penbrooke Place and Autumn Park Apartments) Ribbon Cutting
Hubbel Apartment Living is your place to call home in Sioux Falls. L to R: Krista Capp, Jim Larson, Angie Stingley, Rick Tollakson (president/CEO), Eric Anderson, Lee Andersen, Karen Noonan, Lisa Schultz and Steve Niebuhr.

IAAP-International Association Administrative Professionalsass Ribbon Cutting
The International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) is a not-for-profit professional association that strives to promote excellence in the field of administrative professionals. L to R: Kristina Rogotzke, Dean Karsky, Eric Anderson, Dave Fleck, Vernon Brown, Dana Wohlwend (president), Janel Cole and Pamela Bolling.

Johnathan Blake Home Decor Ribbon Cutting
Johnathan Blake Home Décor is a custom interior design store helping to create a unique, modern look to fit your style. L to R: Jennifer Vogt, Eric Anderson, Becky Thompson (studio manager), Karen Noonan, Michele Hofmeyer (designer), Jack Dyvig, Carol Jandera, Amanda Heilman and Marissa Bargman.

John Harris Elementary Schoolt Ribbon Cutting
John Harris Elementary School and the community of Sioux Falls built a playground without limits where all children, including special needs children, can play together. L to R: Rusty Harms, Dan Healy, Beth Jamison, Michael Roth, Lydia Healy, Dan Cook, Deb Muilenberg-Willson, Shelly Harms, Rich Meier, Bill Smith, Deanna Barth, Darin Daby, Marie Rickert, Sharon Claude and Ann Summa.

John Morrell & Co. Ribbon Cutting
John Morrell & Co. is a continuously operating meat manufacturer. L to R: Mark Wiggs, Jerry Baker, Sandy Case, Ken Baptist (vice president/general manager), Lyle Dabbert, Mike Hauck, Dean Karsky and John Hanson.

Novartis Animal Health, Inc. Ribbon Cutting
Novartis Animal Health is a Biologics vaccine manufacturer with full research and development facilities. Their products are designed to prevent disease in cattle and swine while providing economic benefits to their customers. L to R: Tom Halbur, Lyle Dabbert, Mike Parker (director), Eric Anderson, Mark Luke, Nancy Van Otterloo and Norm Habermehl.

Sanford Clinic Ear, Nose & Throat Ribbon Cutting
The physicians and staff at Sanford Clinic Ear, Nose & Throat specialize in diagnosing and treating conditions including recurrent ear infections, sinus infections, hearing loss and head/neck cancer. L to R: Dr. Vernon Stensland, Dr. Rick Jensen, Karen Noonan, Dr. Greg DeSautel, Rex Pruitt, Tammy Beintema, Dean Karsky, Dr. Bill Avery and Dr. John Lee.

Sioux Empire Housing Partnership-Pettigrew Heights Townhomes on Menlo Ribbon Cutting
Each of the five units are approximately 1,200 square feet, 2-bedroom affordable town homes. The project is part of the Mayor’s revitalization initiative of the Pettigrew Heights neighborhood. L to R: Clint Ackerman, Karen Noonan, Tom Shields, Jim Schmidt (SEHP Executive Director), Lyle Dabbert, Randy Fink (Home Federal Bank), Mayor Dave Munson, Eric Anderson and Christina Thronson.

Sioux Falls Christian Schoolst Ribbon Cutting
Sioux Falls Christian Schools provides a Christ-centered, excellent education to students pre-K-12. L to R: Kim Van’t Hul, Dean Karsky, Jay Woustra, Steve Kirby (school board president), Matt Covey (elementary principal), Dave Rozenboom, Gita Hendricks, Nathan Engbers and Vern Ten Napel.

Master Sgt. Woodrow Wilson Keeble-U.S. Armed Forces Center Ribbon Cutting
Master Sgt. Woodrow Wilson Keeble-U.S. Armed Forces Center is home to the 323rd Chemical Company, 1041st Training Battalion (Engineer) and future home to the 2/361st Training Support Battalion. L to R: 1st Sgt. Bowman, Jim Schmidt, Russell Hawkins, 1st Lt. Underberg, Lt. Col. Heitkamp (Commander, 1041st Training Battalion, Engineers) and Sgt. Buttemeier.

South Dakota Multi-Housing Association Ribbon Cutting
The South Dakota Multi-Housing Association is committed to lifelong education and dedication to represent those in the rental industry. L to R: Jeanne Gerken, Eric Anderson, Lynda Billars, Tammy Beintema, Denise Hanzlik (vice president), Cal Willemssen, Shirley Wieman and Lorae Lodes.

Sports Clips Ribbon Cutting
Sports Clips is a sports-themed haircutter that caters to men and boys. L to R: Katie Hedlund, Dave Fleck, Randy Farwell, Eric Anderson, Mike Parks, Debra Farwell (owner), Mike Hauck and Koby Graff.

Vanessen’s Hair Design Ribbon Cutting
Vanessen’s Hair Design is a full-concept Aveda salon offering specialty styles, haircuts, color, perms, manicures/pedicures and much more. L to R: Dan Cero, Tom Bosch, Mark McClung, Gloria Hunter (owner), Eric Anderson, Sam Hunter and Jenifer Geerts.

Washington Crossings Ribbon Cutting
Washington Crossings offers luxury senior apartments that compliment the lifestyle that they have become accustom to without the hassles. L to R: Cliff Johnson, Terry Veldhouse, Karen Noonan, Sonja Borchardt, Joe Ward (manager), Charlie Ward, Eric Anderson, Brook Pesicka (assistant manager), Lynda Billars and Lynne Kuper.

Wilde Prairie Winery Ribbon Cutting
Wilde Prairie Winery strives to produce quality wine and invites people to come out and enjoy a sip of the country. L to R: Sarah Wilde, Julie Nelson, Victoria Wilde (co-owner), Chris Madsen, Jeff Wilde, Ritch Noble and Mark McClung.

Y’s Buys Ribbon Cutting
Y’s Buys is a retail goods store with new and gently-used clothing and household goods, made possible by the YMCA. L to R: Wendy Bergan, Ron Swanson, Eric Anderson, Bill Lindquist (YMCA Board Chair), Dave Stadheim, Karen Noonan and Mike Gulick.

Sioux Falls Tennis Association Ribbon Cutting
The Sioux Falls Tennis Association, along with a partnership with the Sioux Falls Parks & Recreation, renovated the tennis courts at Spellerberg Park into short courts — one of three sites in the nation. L to R: Cindy Huether (SFTA president), Don Kearney, Joan Baker, Matt Varalik, Virgil Christian, Mary Thompson, Carolyn Winchell, Mike Goldammer, Becky Cantellano and Jeff Nelson.

 

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