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September 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 September 4, 2014 Issue of Chamber News



Brosz Engineering, Inc. Ribbon Cutting
Brosz Engineering is a general civil engineering firm specializing in transportation infrastructure and highway/heavy utility projects. L to R: Don Hammond, Rex Pruitt, Jack Dyvig, Bruce Wilsey (office manager), Tom Hayes, Karen Noonan, Mike Hauck, Todd Price and Perry Kolb.

Center for Western Studies/Augustana Ribbon Cutting
The Center for Western Studies’ mission is preserving and interpreting the history and cultures of the Northern Plains. L to R: Lynn Aspaas, Julie Nelson, Jon Henkes (Augustana College Vice President for Development), Dr. Harry F. Thompson (Center for Western Studies Executive Director), Eric Anderson, Doug Berkland, Lynda Billars and Tim Hoheisel.

Chameleon Hair Design Ribbon Cutting
Chameleon Hair Design is a full service salon and spa that is home to a large selection of hair, nails and mineral makeup cosmetic products in Sioux Falls. L to R: Karen Noonan, Rick Rysavy, Kristin Harkema, Julie Nelson, Jeff From (managing member), Joni From (managing member), Rex Pruitt and Kory McKay.

Costello for Mayor Ribbon Cutting
Pat Costello is a candidate for Mayor. L to R: Dean Karsky, Rod Carlson, Shawn Costello, Pat Costello (mayoral candidate), Ritch Noble, Jack Dyvig and Mary Ann Costello.

Everything’s Granite Ribbon Cutting
Everything’s Granite offers granite, quartz, marble and solid surface countertops —elegant solutions for every budget. L to R: Heather Callahan, David Pownell, Eric Anderson, Karen Noonan, Ritch Noble, Kyle Roberts (CFO), Sandra Roberts, Duane Noerenberg, TC Abbott and Mark Pownell.

Fellowship of Christian Sportsman Plus Ribbon Cutting
Fellowship of Christian Sportsman Plus is a non-profit organization that shares the gospel of Jesus Christ through outdoor activities. L to R: Todd Knutson, Carol Jandera, Julie , Bruce Eide, Mitch Kjose (Board of Directors Chair), Rex Pruitt, Jack McCullough (Regional Director) and Ryan White.

Helping Hands for Haiti Ribbon Cutting
Helping Hands for Haiti is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the poor and bringing hope to the lost in Haiti. L to R: Tamara Oswald, Ritch Noble, Dave Hansen (President), Lori Lewison, Steve Statz, Dave Oswald (Treasurer), Lyle Dabbert and Ashley Oswald.

Independent Living Choices Ribbon Cutting
Independent Living Choices service people with disabilities who make independence their choice. L to R: Emily Cain, John Faundeen, Lynda Billars, Ritch Noble, Matt Cain (Executive Director), Karen Noonan, Vicki Kerkvliet (Director of Services), Jenifer Geerts and Abbie Cain.

Johnson for School and Public Lands Ribbon Cutting
Jarrod Johnson, Commissioner of School and Public Lands, is running for re-election to continue to help fund state education. L to R: Tyler Holmquist, Sandy Johnson, Cynthia Knudsen, Jarrod Johnson (Commissioner), Dave Rozenboom, Jack Dyvig, Tammy Beintema and Justin Ohleen.

Lutheran High School of Sioux Falls Ribbon Cutting
Lutheran High School of Sioux Falls’ mission is developing capable Christian leaders in a complex world: World Ready, Faith Secure. L to R: Frank Thuringer, Carol Jandera,Tammy Beintema, Gordon Krause (President), David Waterman (Principal), Bruce Eide, Ritch Noble and Todd Taylor.

Mike Huether for Sioux Falls Ribbon Cutting
Mike Huether is a candidate for Mayor for the City of Sioux Falls. L to R: Dave Nelson, Jack Dyvig, Mike Huether (Mayoral Candidate), Ritch Noble, Karli Huether, Brock Huether, Doug Berkland, Cindy Huether, Rex Pruitt and Dave Mavity.

Norberg Paint, Inc. Ribbon Cutting
Norberg Paint, Inc. is a supplier of paint, paint-related items and decorating items such as blinds and wallpaper. L to R: Sam Norberg, Nick Hauert, Keith Severson, Mayor Dave Munson, Jim Norberg (owner), Ritch Noble, Stuart Norberg (owner), Rick Rysavy, Jack Dyvig, Rebekah Hauert and Lisa Norberg.

Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Ribbon Cutting
Our Savior’s is a church committed to equipping its members to connect faith to everyday life. L to R: Brian Sittig, Ritch Noble, Les Svendsen (Senior Pastor), Pam Hanneman, Jack Dyvig, Dean Buckneberg, Brian Jans and Jim Ryan.

Pure Mobile Entertainment Ribbon Cutting
Pure Mobile Entertainment is your leading party bus provider for Sioux Falls. L to R: Nick Hillesheim, Eric Anderson, Bryan Hillesheim, Judy Hillesheim, Chrissy Spoo, Joshua Hillesheim (owner), Gita Hendricks, Ritch Noble, Cody and Caden Gonnerman, Nate Anderson and Carl Anderson.

Ricky Roy’s Happy Food Finds Ribbon Cutting
Ricky Roy’s Happy Food Finds is a wholesale and retail distributer of many exceptional food products. L to R: Karen Haakinson, Ritch Noble, Lynda Billars, Chrissy Spoo, Rick Haakinson (owner), Jill Melchert and Emily Haakinson.

Salon Sollievo Ribbon Cutting
Salon Sollievo is a full service salon and spa that is home to one of the largest selections of hair, nails and mineral make-up cosmetic products. L to R: Talia Fredrick, Nancy Weber-Sweere, Judy Jorgenson, Julie Nelson, Jeff From (managing member), Joan Beaner, Rex Pruitt, Joni From (managing member), Chrissy Spoo, Sheila Austin Lunstra and Tesa Heid.

StaggersforMayor.com Ribbon Cutting
Kermit Staggers is a candidate for Mayor. L to R: Mark McClung, Ayn Bird, June Staggers, Kermit Staggers (Mayoral Candidate), Matthew Bird, Elijah Bird, Chris Conrad, David Johnson and Karen Noonan.

Studio 26 Salon & Spa Ribbon Cutting
Studio 26 Salon & Spa is a full service salon and spa that is home to one of the largest selections of hair, nails and mineral make-up cosmetic products. L to R: Talia Fredrick, Nancy Weber-Sweere, Julie Nelson, Jeff From (managing member), Chrissy Spoo, Joni From (managing member), Rex Pruitt, Nickie Kennedy and Tesa Heid.

Supporters of Sue Aguilar for City Council Ribbon Cutting
Sue Aguilar is running for City Council. L to R: Nathan Heinert, Meghan Aguilar, Tom Shields, Pam Jansa, Karen Noonan, Sue Aguilar (City Council Candidate), Rich Aguilar, Ritch Noble and Lila Swiden.

Theresa Stehly for City Council Ribbon Cutting
Theresa Stehly is running for City Council. L to R: Jesse Refner, Kathy Kersey, Chantel Day, Carol Flower, Ritch Noble, Theresa Stehly (City Council Candidate), Karen Noonan, Jack Dyvig and Caleb Coffee.

 


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