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Attendees at the Grand Frame, Inc. ribbon cutting ceremony included: owners Matt and Christina Grana, Mike Trione, Beth Trione, Erika Ellis, JoEllen Dobrow, Ann Hallenberg, Claire Grana, Carrie Grana, Gary Grana, and Eva Freund, all with Grand Frame; Barrington Village Manager Scott Anderson; Bob Finley of Virtue Asset Management; Brent Motl of Motl Accounting, LLC; Rob Jones of Huntington National Bank; Zach Witt of ilumen Solar; Doug McAllister of Douglas Auto; and Suzanne Corr, president/CEO of Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce. Matt and Christina Grana own a second location of Grand Frame in Arlington Heights. Courtesy of Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for RE/MAX Excels Realty, Inc., 1772 S. Randall Road, Suite 100, in Geneva on Oct. 14. Owner Nina Cerna cut the ribbon with Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns. Courtesy of Geneva Chamber of Commerce
State Rep. Brad Stephens of Rosemont recognized Norridge's Flower Fantasy as October's Small Business Spotlight for the 20th District. He presented the award to the store's owners at their 35th anniversary celebration. Flower Fantasy, at 8321 W. Lawrence Ave., in Norridge, has been family owned and operated since 1988. Courtesy of State Rep. Brad Stephens
Legacy Medical Care had its ribbon cutting and grand opening Oct. 4 at 3030 W. Salt Creek Lane, Suite 200, Arlington Heights. First row: Lyz Mondragon; state Rep. Suzanne Ness, District 66; Diane Levy, LMC board member; Dawn Glascott, board member; Arlington Heights Mayor Tom Hayes; Chief Executive Officer of Legacy Medical Care Melissa D'Onorio; Arlington Heights Trustee Nicolle Grasse; Trustee Wendy Dunnington; Director of Clinical Operations Tania Gasca; Outreach Coordinator Olga Cruz; chief of staff for state Rep. Mary Beth Canty, District 54. Second Row: Andy Kammes; Finance and Operations Director Adriana Vivanco; Arlington Heights Chamber Executive Director Jon Ridler; Arlington Heights Trustee Richard Baldino. Courtesy of Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce
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