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The Geneva Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Lauren Christine Hair Artistry, 1 W. State St., Suite 101 in Geneva on April 11. Owner Lauren Giardino cut the ribbon held by her husband, Rocco Giardino, and her father, Frank Bennardo. They were surrounded by family, staff, Geneva chamber staff, board members, and Mayor Kevin Burns. Courtesy of Geneva Chamber of Commerce
A recent ribbon cutting and grand opening for Brain Health Restoration at 1111 N. Plaza Drive, Suite 101 in Schaumburg. Attendees included Mayor Tom Dailly, Village Trustees Jamie Clar, George Dunham and Brian Bieschke, and Schaumburg Business Association President Lisa Gilbert. Courtesy of Schaumburg Business Association
Eyes on Schaumburg recently held a ribbon cutting and now is open at 140 S. Roselle Road, Suite B, in Schaumburg. Schaumburg Business Association members and village Trustees George Dunham and Jamie Clar, and Village Clerk Jane Lentino were in attendance. Courtesy of Schaumburg Business Association
After 10 months of reconstruction after a fire, Popeyes is open again in Bloomingdale. Owner Sheldon T. Friedman holds the bow as General Manager Anil Patel cuts the ribbon in celebration of the grand reopening of Popeyes at 405 W. Army Trail Road. Bloomingdale Chamber of Commerce member businesses, staff and management were in attendance. Courtesy of Bloomingdale Chamber of Commerce
Moshe Kahn, second from right, owner of Asbury Gardens Nursing and Rehabilitation in North Aurora, accepts a B.E.S.T. in class award on April 17. From left are, Sue Ahlgren, Asbury executive director; Cynthia Jones, nursing director; Helen Lacek, operations director; Kahn; and Linda Bridwell, Telligen QI Connect. Asbury is among 28 Illinois nursing homes to receive the award from Telligen, a Des Moines, Iowa-based quality improvement organization for nursing homes in Colorado, Illinois, Iowa and Oklahoma. Courtesy of Al Benson
Patrick Hyundai at 1020 E. Golf Road in Schaumburg recently held a ribbon cutting. Attendees included Mayor Tom Dailly; Trustees Brian Bieschke, Jamie Clar and George Dunham; Village Clerk Jane Lentino; Schaumburg Business Association President Lisa Gilbert and other members. Courtesy of Schaumburg Business Association
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